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mansplain

slang For a man to explain something to someone, usually a woman, in a condescending manner. I've been doing this job for 20 years—I don't need some boy fresh out of college mansplaining it to me! Gee, thanks for mansplaining feminism to me.
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NBC analyst Bode Miller is sorry for mansplaining that Austrian skier Anna Veith is a struggling former gold medalist because she got married.
On the other hand, it should be "personkind" if it should be anything, and Trudeau was mansplaining.
MANSPLAINING, ransomware and snowflake, along with more than 100 parenting terms have been entered into the Oxford English Dictionary (OED).
MANSPLAINING, ransomware and snowflake have been added to the Oxford English Dictionary.
The latter is the goal for VR producer Yasmine Boudiaf's newest project, which aims to teach male viewers what it is like to be on the other end of mansplaining, reported by the (https://www.
While tackling the global gender gap is at the forefront of many governments' and institutions 'to-do' lists, addressing the issue of mansplaining needs to be considered as well.
And what about patronizing, mansplaining academics?
These women-only nature retreats lead you through hiking, paddleboarding, yoga, and more, teaching outdoors skills minus the mansplaining.
Consider a partial list of technical terms that the New Egalitarians employ that are either not part of everyday parlance or used in a specialized way: ally, appropriation, cisethnic, cissexual, domination, erasure, intersectionality, kyriarchy, lived experience, mansplaining, marginalization, microagression, patriarchy, rhizome, subaltern, tokenism, triggering, victim blaming, white supremacy, whiteness.
Tam's contact-improvisation with sexual difference takes on everything he or any other claimant to masculinity inherits, consciously or not; with his art he exchanges mansplaining for a rendezvous with mutuality, which isn't the same thing as rapproachement.
Ademas, inspiro el neologismo mansplaining (contraccion de man y td explain), que el New York Times incluyo en su lista de palabras del ano en 2010.
2) The term mansplaining has recently entered the parlance to describe men muzzling women, interrupting and obstructing their speech, patronizing and sabotaging their words.
Por meio da identificacao dos sentidos mais prevalentes e do mapeamento das parafrases (significados que se repetem), foram encontrados seis nucleos de sentido (grafico 1): Desqualificacoes Profissionais (44%); Machismo e Sexismo (16%); Gaslighting e Mansplaining (12%); Bropriating (12%); Misticismo e Religiosidade (8%); e Odio e Misoginia (8%).
Mansplaining, the manly art of helping women understand stuff, originated when Rebecca Solnit, who was at a cocktail party, came across a man who recommended a book on a topic about which she had professed some expertise.
After Hillary Clinton soundly defeated Bernie Sanders in the New York Primary (a result that surprised no one except the many, many guys on Facebooka disturbing number of whom I've slept withwho keep posting the same three polls from websites no one has ever heard of mansplaining why a Jewish Socialist from Vermont, who has as yet to receive one drop of the mud the GOP would gleefully sling at him should he actually win the nomination, is somehow more electable than one of the most famous and powerful women on the planet), the calls from all quarters for the Bernmeister to drop out of the election have grown, if not quite deafening, than politely suggestive.