feminocentric

EnglishEdit

Alternative formsEdit

AdjectiveEdit

feminocentric (comparative more feminocentric, superlative most feminocentric)

  1. woman-centric, focused on women; of or pertaining to feminocentrism
    • 1989, Joan E. DeJean, Fictions of Sappho, 1546-1937, page 116
      As has often been remarked, French prose fiction of the Enlightenment is more often feminocentric than its English counterpart.
    • 1999, Ronald Hutton, The Royalist war effort, 1642-1646, page 145
      The radical absence of women's experience — and, thus, of the actual feminine — from the ostensibly feminocentric terms of Plato's erotic doctrine should warn us not to interpret Plato's strategy simplistically []

Related termsEdit

Last modified on 19 February 2012, at 18:46