Misandry, the "sexist counterpart of misogyny misogyny /mi·sog·y·ny/ (mi-soj´i-ne) hatred of women.
Hatred of women.
mi·sog ", is a "culturally propagated hatred of men." Misogyny is no longer a dark secret. For decades, feminists have been exposing it.
Misandry in popular culture, on the other hand, remains "a dark secret" (p.6). Paul Nathanson is a freelance editor and Katherine Young a professor of the History of Religions in the Faculty of Religious Studies at McGill University. They mount a persuasive argument both for the prevalence of the derision and devaluationdevaluation, decreasing the value of one nation's currency relative to gold or the currencies of other nations. It is usually undertaken as a means of correcting a deficit in the balance of payments.
..... Click the link for more information. of men in our North American culture, and for the prevalence of gynocentrism (a world view centred on women). Ideological feminism (also referred to as "superiority feminism") has promoted and intensified misandry.