masculinism

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masculinism

1. masculinity.
2. an attempt to protect masculine traits and qualities against the assaults of militant feminism. Cf. feminism.
See also: Attitudes
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The men were members of the group Osez Le Masculism (Dare to Choose Masculism).
The post-modern feminista poses the need to promote a radical break with regard to the western thinking, which is characterized as masculism, modern and dominant.
Ophuls criticizes feminism for trying to imitate masculism and targets multiculturalism for promoting factionalism.
Unfortunately, masculism also has a tendency to adopt the less constructive traits and tactics of modern feminism, including polarizing rhetoric, exaggerated claims of victimization as the basis of political demands, and the tailoring of facts to fit ideology.
Thus, although masculism challenges the politically correct view of women as an oppressed class, it often shares some key elements of P.
At its worst, masculism can sound like the ne plus ultra of political correctness: The pantheon of the oppressed is completed by the admission of straight white guys.