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sexist

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsexistsex‧ist /ˈseksɪst/ noun [countable]  SYPREJUDICEDsomeone who believes that one sex is weaker, less intelligent, or less important than the other, and treats them unfairly because of this – used to show disapprovalsexist adjective sexist attitudes
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sexistAnd, of course, he was a sexist.Farrakhan has long been controversial for remarks that many consider anti-Semitic, racist and sexist.She vows to continue her fight against those she calls 'the racists and sexists who dominate the church'.Come on, Jack, don't be sexist.I also don't mean to be sexist because the same scenario works when the sexes are reversed.A new female editor found it sexist.Once again we see here that contradictoriness is no barrier to the maintenance of sexist stereotypes.My ex-husband was a real sexist, who didn't think our daughters should have jobs at all.Very sexist of you to assume otherwise, if I may say so.These studies concentrated on images of women, a type of criticism which views films as cultural forms imbued with sexist ideology.
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