man-hater

man-hater

n
someone, esp a woman, who dislikes or hates men
References in classic literature ?
He seems a whale-hater, as some men are man-haters.
Part of this problem is the way our media sensationalises things, trying to pass the most radical and extreme versions as the standard which in this case, depicts a feminist as a man-hater who hates lip-stick, crinkles her nose at mothers who are complete housewives and unapologetically supports abortions on demand.
He hit out at Collymore's dogging and domestic violence controversies after the former player condemned Ms Phillips as a man-hater.
Scholars who have enjoyed and taught The Hidden Hand will be intrigued by the wealth of unfamiliar Southworth novels to explore, with captivating, sensational titles such as Britomarte, the Man-Hater (1865-66), The Lost Heiress (1853), and The Fatal Marriage (1863), which in some cases are freely available in digitized sources.
And for the record, I'm not talking about all men, and I'm certainly not a man-hater, quite the opposite in fact (which is usually what got me into so much trouble in the past) but I like to keep it real, and my Welsh Sisterhood need to hear the facts.
As she put it, "I've been described as a tough and noisy woman, a prize fighter, a man-hater, you name it.
But it wasn't difficult to apprehend Florida's most vicious man-hater.
I'm not a man-hater, just a very proud woman," she added.
THE letter of the week from Elizabeth Grant, of Inverness, showed her to be a sexist, ageist man-hater.
I'm not a man-hater but I've been in a bad relationship before," she said.