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D oes misogyny matter? In a sense the question is simply rhetorical, but I want to argue that it matters in a more systematic way than might be usually thought: it matters to us as teachers, students, researchers; matters to us as critics of our own society, critics of the existing relations of economic and political power between nations, classes, races, and of course the sexes. What I want to suggest is that misogyny is not a word useful simply for describing particularly nasty bits ofdoi:10.1080/19187033.1987.11675568 fatcat:rhpf2zi4bvathopbedqvspxlhe