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Undated: Misogyny s the hatred of, contempt for, or prejudice against women or girls. Misogyny manifests in numerous ways, including social exclusion, sex discrimination, hostility, androcentrism, patriarchy, male privilege, belittling of women, disenfranchisement of women, violence against women, and sexual objectification.[1][2] Misogyny can be found within sacred texts of religions, mythologies, and Western philosophy[1][3] and Eastern philosophy.

The inverse is misandry; is the hatred of, contempt for, or prejudice against men or boys.

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July 14: Donald Trump sexism tracker: Every offensive comment in one place

at. Pig. Dog. Slob. Disgusting animal. These are just some of the names that Donald Trump has called women. 

The President of the United States has been widely called out for his objectification of women - he has a tendency to criticise them for their looks - and sexist remarks.

From saying no one would vote for his former rival Carly Fiorina because of her face to suggesting that women should be "punished" for having abortions and "joking" that he'd date his daughter... you really couldn't make this stuff up.

December 5: Our President Has Always Degraded Women — And We’ve Always Let Him

Remember the good old days when we thought raunchy, predatory comments about women’s genitals could sink a politician?

Back in October of 2016, the Washington Post published that tape of Donald Trump bragging to Access Hollywood anchorman Billy Bush that “I don’t even wait. And when you’re a star, they let you do it, you can do anything… grab them by the pussy.” It wasn’t just Trump’s use of the p-word that was astonishing; it was the fact that he seemed to be saying he sexually assaults women just because he can. But the p-word and the objectifying, misogynist way it was used, coming from the mouth of a man who hoped to be president, was shocking, too. It was a national scandal, but apparently not scandalous enough. Trump won anyway, and now claims the voice on the tape isn’t him. Billy Bush says the president is lying again.

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June 30: The Line From Misogyny to Trump to Violence Is Undeniable and Unacceptable

July 7: Trump Crammed A Remarkable Amount Of Misogyny Into Just 24 Hours

Even for him, this was astonishing.

August 18: Donald Trump, Compulsive Misogynist

Trump, the politician, evidently always needs a woman to beat up on. Think Hillary Clinton, Elizabeth Warren, Angela Merkel, Theresa May, Margrethe Vestager and Omarosa Manigault Newman.

There is almost no dimension of politics in which Donald Trump, the 45th President of the United States, acts in a consistent fashion. The one exception is that Trump, the politician, apparently only feels like a real man if he gets to beat up on a woman.

The latest example is former White House advisor Omarosa Manigault Newman, who Trump called “crazed,” a “lowlife,” and a “dog” on Twitter.

There is also the example of Margrethe Vestager, the Danish woman who is the EU Commissioner in charge of the antitrust portfolio. “Your tax lady, she really hates the United States,” was how Trump sought to dismiss the EU penalty announced by Vestager in response to Google’s anti-competitive behavior.

To Trump, being a woman in politics is evidently an automatic disqualifier. It is hard to imagine a more telling and more grotesque form of a weak ego than resorting to gender as a basis for dismissiveness in politics.

October 4: It is increasingly difficult to overlook Trump's misogyny

The accusations already made against President Trump for inappropriate behavior towards women have been hard enough to ignore. Now his ridicule of the testimony of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford is too much, even for the most skeptical.

Misogyny in government has always been a constant. It’s not by chance that the United States continues to be one of the countries in America that have never had a female president and yet calls itself the leader of the free world.

But the arrival of Donald Trump to the White House, despite recordings in which he claimed to be able to do with women whatever he wanted, was a new record for the U.S., to the point that his inauguration was eclipsed by hundreds of thousands of women and men marching against the implicit sexism that now sat in the Oval Office.

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October 4: Cruelty, Hatred, Racism, Misogyny and Xenophobia Are the Point - Brett Kavanaugh and Donald Trump Hate Women

It's not just the sexual assault allegations. Brett Kavanaugh's contempt for women is a defining characteristic of his ideology — and the political movement that groomed him. Once malice is embraced as a virtue, it is impossible to contain.

October 16: Trump’s Misogyny on Full Display With Stormy Daniels Tweet

After a judge ruled in his favor in a federal defamation case, the President called the porn star “Horseface” in a gloating tweet

October 16: 61 things Donald Trump has said about women

October 17: 'Horseface, 'crazy,' 'low IQ': Trump's history of insulting women

November 19: Misogyny has become central to the Republican mission — and the GOP is dying as a result

Women are recoiling from the GOP because of Trump, but the problem is not just Trump, and it never was.

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January/February: The New Authoritarians Are Waging War on Women

Donald Trump’s ideological cousins around the world want to reverse the feminist gains of recent decades.

When Americans look
abroad these days, they see Donald Trumps everywhere: In Brazil, whose new president, Jair Bolsonaro, endorses torture, threatens to pull out of the Paris climate-change agreement, and suggests that his country was better off under military rule. In the Philippines, where President Rodrigo Duterte has overseen the extrajudicial killing of thousands of alleged drug dealers and threatened to impose martial law nationwide. In Hungary, where Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has quashed the free press, enriched his cronies, and stoked fear and hatred of refugees. In Poland, whose Law and Justice Party has undermined the independence of the supreme court. Even in Italy, whose leaders demonize immigrants, bash the European Union ...

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