nonfeminist

nonfeminist

(ˌnɒnˈfɛmɪnɪst)
n
a person who is not a feminist
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First, consider the case of empowering women in nonfeminist societies.
Thus, if one wholeheartedly endorses hedonism because one believes it is the most defensible ethical theory and then finds out that, when applied, hedonism entails nonfeminist policies, then one should stop being a feminist; just like one should stop lying to save innocent people from the Gestapo if one, on philosophical grounds, have been convinced that lying is always wrong.
We even had to deal with the lesbophobia of other feminist (and nonfeminist) organizations, being that we were the only group that openly spoke about it.
While Chopin was forced to come up with "rhetorical passing" in view of an antislavery audience, Katherine Mansfield in a conservative society was compelled to come up with a nonfeminist plot development when trying to convey a feminist undercurrent in "Revelations" and "The Singing Lesson" (see Shen Style 95-124).
are also deprived of the very agency that mainstream (nonfeminist)
Gender Theory in World Politics: Contributions of a Nonfeminist Standpoint?
We provide a rare platform for the perspectives of young and old, feminist and nonfeminist, left and right, Jewish and Muslim, Israeli and Arab, American and European women.
Hence, nonacademics or nonfeminist scholars could easily follow her argument, and in that vein Mendes accomplishes something that so many fail to make possible: She makes her writing accessible.
Tracing the currents of her thought, in which an attention to poverty and women's health in Britain increasingly made way for a focus on starvation and overpopulation in India, it becomes apparent that her politics cannot be easily delineated into "feminist" and "nonfeminist" strands.
The probability that Linda is a bank teller is the probability that she is a feminist bank teller plus the probability that she is a nonfeminist bank teller.
Interestingly, this concept has appeared in nonfeminist literature.
They address the theory of feminist evaluation and research, early influences of feminist theory on the evaluation field, the differences between evaluation and research, the role of the feminist evaluator, the transformative paradigm of evaluation, and evaluation by nonfeminist evaluators in development programs that aim to change the lives of women.