(male) chauvinist pig

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(male) chauvinist pig

A man who treats women as a whole as being lesser in intelligence, talent, or competence in comparison to men; a man who puts more value on a woman's looks or abilities as a homemaker than as an equal member of society. I know it makes me sound like a male chauvinist pig, but there are some activities in the world that men are simply better at than women—blame biology, not me! He kept making lewd comments about my body, but it was when he implied I'd only be useful in the kitchen that I realized he was a complete chauvinist pig.
See also: chauvinist, pig

male chauvinist pig

verb
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See also: chauvinist, male, pig
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But in times and circumstance like now, when chauvinist pigs in culture and politics are very much at play, the defense of womanly dignity continues to be urgent.'
Why would any woman want to be associated with this bunch of medieval male chauvinist pigs? In my opinion their beliefs belong in the middle ages, and their holy book has been proven to be a bunch of half-truths, fantasy and lies by scientists and anthropologists.
Speaking about dirty diapers, Morissette rattles off a series of female archetypes that have been bruised and battered over the years on what sounds like a half-baked Tori Amos track, "Woman Down." Chastising all macho men and male chauvinist pigs like she's behind the wheel of an estrogen-fueled, ice cream truck, Morissette taunts, "Calling all woman haters/We've lowered the bar on the/Behavior that we will take - come on now/Calling all lady haters/Why must you vilify us?
Determined to provide the hordes of players who flocked to the gameit sold a million copies before it was even releasedwith good, clean fun, ArenaNet cracked down not only on punchy punsters (much to the chagrin of the player who named his character Verybigballsackk), but also on Holocaust jokers, N-word aficionados, chauvinist pigs, and anyone else whose speech was deemed offensive.
Ariel Levy's (2005; 2010) book Female Chauvinist Pigs: Women and the rise of Raunch Culture is a timely, interesting, and important popular account of what she considers to be the increasing dominance of a commodifying heterosexual aesthetic in popular culture, and of (some) women's engagement with it.
Writer and former hotelier Advaita Kala points out that the findings could be explained by the the emergence of the ' raunch culture', as described by Ariel Levy in her 2005 book Female Chauvinist Pigs .
Her portrayal of the local males as smart aleck, chauvinist pigs pretty much punctures the old noblesabra stereotype.
Also to Levy's credit: the book Female Chauvinist Pigs, a bracing critique of female "raunch culture," which was published in 2005.
She's written about gender roles, lesbian culture and modern-day feminism in such publications as Vogue and the Washington Post, and in her book Female Chauvinist Pigs: Women and the Rise of Raunch Culture.
There are minimalists, chauvinist pigs, elitists, parents, fat people, townies, locals, the old, Sunnis, Shias, fantasists"Cross-dressing, award-winning potter Grayson Perry "We can't understand why people don't love us but apart from a few people saying 'we are doomed' and others saying 'don't panic' it is disorientation"
AM I on a different planet or in a different time with some of these male chauvinist pigs around?
FEMALE CHAUVINIST PIGS: WOMEN AND THE RISE OF RAUNCH CULTURE Ariel Levy Simon & Schuster, 2005
There were all kinds of male chauvinist pigs shouting their heads off.
I was most interested in Leora Tanenbaum's point of view [in her March/April review of Pornified and Female Chauvinist Pigs], excellently expressed, but was disturbed when, quoting from Female Chauvinist Pigs, she wrote of the "clear-eyed perspective" of Erica Jong.