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radfem (plural radfems)

  1. (slang, sometimes derogatory) A radical feminist.
    • 1999, Michael Jahn, Dorian Yeager, & Barbara Paul, A New York State of Crime, Worldwide (1999), →ISBN, page 39:
      "How come a radfem like you didn't keep your last name after you got married?" Mosko asked.
    • 2003, Kenneth Lasson, Trembling in the Ivory Tower: Excesses in the Pursuit of Truth and Tenure, Bancroft Press (2003), →ISBN, page 103:
      In their philosophical pursuit of answers to ultimate questions, the radfems get mired in the multi-syllabic muck of over-intellectualization, lacing their ideas with obscure cross-references and mind-numbing bombast []
    • 2008, Peter Innes, The Man with the Grasshopper Mind, iUniverse (2008), →ISBN, page 91:
      Dr. Brimacombe firmly believed that just because she was a radfem, there was no need to dress in drab. She was frilly and feminine in the peachy-pinky, frou-frou frock and matching heels recommended by her fashion consultant.

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