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Adjective
/ˈfemənist/,
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feminists, plural;
  1. Of, relating to, or supporting feminism
    • - feminist literature
Noun
  1. A person who supports feminism


  1. of or relating to or advocating equal rights for women; "feminist critique"
  2. a supporter of feminism
  3. (feminism) feminist movement: the movement aimed at equal rights for women
  4. Feminist is an adventure story arc of the Philippine comic strip series Pugad Baboy, created by Pol Medina Jr. and originally published in the Philippine Daily Inquirer. This particular story arc lasts 34 strips long. ...
  5. Feminism refers to political, cultural, and economic movements seeking greater, equal, or, among a minority, superior rights and participation in society for women and girls. ...
  6. Feministing.com is a feminist blog founded in 2004 by Jessica Valenti.
  7. (The Feminists) The Feminists was a radical feminist group active in New York City from 1968-1973. It referred to itself as A Political Organization to Annihilate Sex Roles.
  8. A person who supports the equality of women with men; A member of a feminist political movement; One who believes in the social, political, and economical equality of the sexes; Relating to or in accordance with feminism
  9. (feminism) A social theory or political movement supporting the equality of both sexes in all aspects of public and private life; specifically, a theory or movement that argues that legal and social restrictions on females must be removed in order to bring about such equality
  10. (Feminism) is a term commonly and quite indiscriminately used.  Some of the currently used definitions are:  (a) a doctrine advocating social and political rights for women equal to those of men;  (b) an organized movement for the attainment of these rights; (c) the assertion of the claims of ...
  11. (Feminism) A major movement in western theology since the 1960s, which lays particular emphasis upon the importance of women's experience, and has directed criticism against the patriarchalism of Christianity. See pp. 100-2.
  12. (Feminism) The view, articulated in the 19th century, that women are inherently equal to men and deserve equal rights and opportunities. More recently, feminism is a social and political movement that took hold in the United States in the late 1960s and soon spread globally.
  13. (feminism) noun: a.  the theory of the political, economic, and social equality of the sexes b. organized activity on behalf of women's rights and interests
  14. (FEMINISM) a diverse political and intellectual movement chiefly developed by women, but having increasing influence with both sexes, that seeks to criticize, re-evaluate and transform the place of women in social organization and in culture. ...
  15. ((Radical) Feminism) A female focused version of Liberalism which intends to create its own religion based on "feminist theology" which purports to free itself from an "oppressive patriarchy. ...
  16. (Feminism) A cultural, political, social and economic effort in support of female empowerment and greater rights for females. Most memorable milestones in the public’s viewpoint included the suffrage movement in 1935 supporting women’s right to vote as well as the “bra burnings” in the 1960’s. ...
  17. (Feminism) Making men pay double for the inferiority a woman can’t acknowledge her mother instilled in her soul.
  18. (Feminism) S__t happening is an act of the Goddess.
  19. (Feminism) The belief that women and men are social equals. Feminism is often thought to be a theory of female superiority, misandry (male-hating), or separatism. ...
  20. (Feminism) a perspective that views society as patriarchal and seeks to achieve full independence and equality for women
  21. (Feminism) advocates an approach that perceives and interprets social situations from a woman's point of view, so that solutions to gender inequality include strategies to address female oppression as a gender issue.
  22. (Feminism) is a collection of social theories, political movements and moral philosophies, largely motivated by or concerned with the liberation of women. ...
  23. (Feminism) is a philosophy that holds with this ideal of equality.  It is the belief that although they are different, men and women are equal.  Feminism recognizes that women have been oppressed and repressed in certain societies throughout history. ...
  24. (Feminism) is not a methodology or a theory unified by reference to a single propler noun (e.g.
  25. (Feminism) is the movement to end sexism, sexist exploitation, and oppression.  Feminism opposes the existing normative practices of patriarchy.