The Misandry Myth : An Inaccurate Stereotype About Feminists’ Attitudes Toward Men

Aife HOPKINS-DOYLE*, Aino L. PETTERSON, Stefan LEACH, Hannah ZIBELL, Phatthanakit CHOBTHAMKIT, Sharmaine Binti ABDUL RAHIM, Jemima BLAKE, Cristina BOSCO, Kimberley CHERRIE-REES, Ami BEADLE, Victoria COCK, Hazel GREER, Antonina JANKOWSKA, Kaitlin MACDONALD, Alexander Scott ENGLISH, Victoria Wai Lan YEUNG, Ryosuke ASANO, Peter BEATTIE, Allan B. I. BERNARDO, Chinun BOONROUNGRUTAnindita CHAUDHURI, Chin-Lung CHIEN, Hoon-Seok CHOI, Lixian CUI, Hongfei DU, Kei FUJI, Hidefumi HITOKOTO, Junko IIDA, Keoko ISHII, Ding-Yu JIANG, Yashpal JOGDAND, Hyejoo J. LEE, Nobuhiro MIFUNE, Chanki MOON, Aya MURAYAMA, Jingkyung NA, Joonha PARK, Kosuke SATO, Suryodaya SHARMA, Eunkook M. SUH, Arun TIPANDJAN, Robbie M. SUTTON

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