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misogynist in Psychology, psychiatry topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmisogynistmi‧so‧gy‧nist /mɪˈsɒdʒɪnɪst $ məˈsɑː-/ noun [countable] formal  MPa man who hates womenmisogynist, misogynistic adjective deeply misogynist attitudesmisogyny noun [uncountable]
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misogynistThe movie is a moral tale about a misogynist who dies and is reborn as a beautiful woman.Appropriately, for one named after a wife-murderer, Mr Punch remained a misogynist to the end.They exposed the deeply misogynist attitudes which formed the hidden element in policy making.But perhaps even misogynists can kick over the traces.Some hip-hop or heavy metal fans might not see further than the pleasure of destruction, might be real-life misogynists and miscreants.Firstly, it ignores those male, often misogynist, philosophers who have emphasised relations and continual processes.