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Hatred of men.

In its essence it is as aggressive and discriminatory as misogyny is. Almost the same set of negative features is ascribed to men.

It is contempt for men. While usually ascribed to women, it may also appear in men themselves. The word comes from Greek misos "hatred" + andros "man". It is less discussed and less well-known than its counterpart misogyny.

The feminist lies of equality are clearly unrelated to equality between the sexes, as defined by most dictionaries. Instead, this is misandry - the hatred of men.

Groups of men and women are now waking up and seeing what is in front of them, some building small communities to fight misandry in our culture. Antifeminist folk & antimisandry are virtually one and the same. Fighting feminism *IS* fighting misandry.
Misandry=
"ALL men are bastards"
"ALL men are rapists"
antimisandry challeneges feminists, for example; defending women who have made false allegations of rape or abuse against a man, or insisting on female supremacy. Antimisandry seeks to give men an equal voice.

Famed feminist icon Andrea Dworkin:

"Only when manhood is dead - and it will perish when ravaged femininity no longer sustains it - only then will we know what it is to be free. " and other classic lines such as "I want to see a man beaten to a bloody pulp with a high-heel shoved in his mouth, like an apple in the mouth of a pig." Are clear examples of misandry.
by Karl Mathews September 01, 2006