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libber

(ˈlɪbɚ)
n. a woman who advocates woman’s liberation movements; a feminist. (Usually derogatory.) She sure sounds like a libber.
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As Neel puts it, "They think I'm a big women's libber.
Not only that, she's a real medieval women's libber, who fights shoulder to shoulder with Robin as an equal.
In this post-feminist era,isn't the verbal image of the cheeky chap pinching the bottom of the po-faced women's libber a little passe?
As she put it, "They think I'm a big women's libber.
Heidi is one of the women on the forefront of the women's movement of the 1960s, although she is not strictly a women's libber.
An ardent women's libber, she went to work for the sex magazine Forum before it became, as she says, an overtly sexual 'porn' magazine.
Animal Hospital's visit to Whipsnade turned this "couldn't-care-less" sort of guy into a raving animal libber.
When asked about the reasons behind their egalitarian arrangements, these couples downplayed feminist ideology; as one wife remarked,"I'm no women's libber.
She was a women's libber who could share a joke and laugh at herself too.
Did the original Women's Libber use the programme as a populist platform to reach out to a new audience who thought feminism was a brand of intimate deodorant?
I am not a women's libber - I don't believe in that - but we have had a slightly repressive attitude towards women in Wales as far as relations, lives and business are concerned.
Unionist or Scottish Nationalist, male chauvinist or women's libber, socialist or social-climber, democrat or monarchist, peasant or snob .
Do they not know that the word "heroine" ditched by women's libbers, is the proper word for a brave woman?