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and male chauvinist pig
n. a male who acts superior to and aggressively toward women. (From the woman’s liberation movements of the 1970s.) The guy is just a male chauvinist pig, and he’ll never change. That’s you! Walter L. Waddington, MCP.

male chauvinist pig

See also: chauvinist, male, pig
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Having pointed out that my chauvinism was greater than his, my correspondent continued: oI will really be honoured if you can counter what I have said.
It may be a reverse sort of chauvinism, but I have found that female students make the best office aides.
But beyond such forgivable if obvious chauvinism, there is a deeply disingenuous aspect to the anthology's token inclusions and glaring omissions.
Hence the Party promoted a view of race chauvinism as the ultimate evil.
Male chauvinism and homophobia, among other "politically incorrect" behaviors, are exhibited to the point of absurdity.
There are simple lessons to be learned and relearned about holy wars, ethnic hatred and the dangers of religious chauvinism in a diverse secular state.
is an illusion, a mistake, a crime, or an episode closed off by its ending" (300), or that it was "just bloody-minded ethnic chauvinism which moved the English in their dealings with their neighbors" (294).
As early as 1943, in Algeria, with France under the yoke of the Nazis, Monnet was showing his close colleagues a draft plan for pooling European coal and steel resources as a step to eliminating the nationalist chauvinism which had produced World War II.
National chauvinism is deeply imbedded in Sicherman's narrative.
The Detroit Free Press said in an editorial: "With only a touch of chauvinism -- and none of the xenophobia that sometimes surrounds auto industry competition -- this exhibit offers a testament to Michigan's special role in automobile manufacturing worldwide.
The consequence for American businesspeople is that the traditional isolation, parochialism, and chauvinism, which have characterized post-war business America, are not merely inappropriate, they are suicidal.
A sexy ice maiden, who pursued powerful men for a story rather than a romance; and who, after an uninspired start, gathered enough confidence and chutzpah to pierce the male chauvinism of broadcasting and land on top.
The clash between chauvinism of local government and the arrogance of central government is dominating the debate in many countries around the world, as they struggle to redefine the balance of power between a nation state and its regions.
Paul Flynn, Labour MP for Newport West, said: "Oz has elected a bigoted air-head to drag them backwards into mean prejudice and vainglorious chauvinism.
NICE to know the world's most powerful men have thrown off the ugly shackles of misogyny and chauvinism.