2. Noun. An advocate of masculinism. ¹
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Definition of Masculinist
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Masculinist
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1. Voices of To-morrow: Critical Studies of the New Spirit in Literature by Edwin Björkman (1913)
"If a label he must have, it would be better to make it masculinist. Strindberg was, in fact, a frank upholder of the intrinsic superiority of his own sex, ..."
2. Are Military Adultery Standards Changing: Congressional Hearing edited by Sam Brownback (2000)
"... Advisor Madeline Morris of Duke Law School, who criticized the military as "masculinist" and encouraged the services to embrace an "ungendered vision. ..."
3. State of the Nation: South Africa 2003-2004 by John Daniel, Adam Habib, Roger Southall (2004)
"... 'gender does not feature in the race-class debate ... and it is certainly far from conventional to refer to the masculinist state, the patriarchal state ..."
4. Women in South African History: Basus'iimbokodo, Bawel'imilambo / They by Nomboniso Gasa (2008)
"In varying ways, they bring feminist lenses to bear on what masculinist or so-called gender neutral and/or gender blind historiography occludes, ..."
5. Secreted Desires: The Major Uranians by Michael Matthew Kaylor (2006)
"... writings such terms as "homosexual", "gay", "queer", and "identity" must make way for "homoerotic", "masculinist", "discourse", and "desire"' (p. ..."