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mis·an·dry

(mis'an-drē),
Aversion to or hatred of men.
[G. miseō, to hate, + anēr, andros, male]
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misandry

(mĭ-săn′drē)
n.
Hatred or mistrust of men.

mi·san′drist n.
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mis·an·dry

(mis'an-drē)
Aversion to or hatred of men.
[G. miseō, to hate, + anēr, andros, male]
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misandry

(mis'an-dre) [Gr. miso, hatred, + andros, man]
Aversion to or hatred of males.
See: misogyny
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In discussing men as heroes, villains, and victims, Synnott engages with the literature and scholarship of leading feminists, pointing out that the work of some of the most lauded and influential feminist scholars of the century has been blatantly misandrous, contributing to the culture of misandry in contemporary society.
Despite the fact that he adored the women in his extended family, had many women among his correspondents who wrote with mutual love and respect, admired the work of Joan Didion, Lillian Hellman, and Iris Murdoch, among others, and wanted women, as he said even in his reviled The Prisoner of Sex (1971), to be free of both stifling domestic restrictions and corporate servitude, he couldn't stop himself from ill-advised public blurtings any more than he was able to see women's liberation, especially at its most strident and misandrous, as yet one more potential for the larger human liberation he advocated for so ardently otherwise.