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Focusing on the Child's Best Interest and the Rejection of Protective Measures

Antifeminism and Pandemic Denial in the COVID-19 Pandemic

Rebekka Blum

narratives. 9 In the following sections, I will first define what antifeminism is. Then I will show how antifeminism manifested itself during the covid -19 pandemic. Based on this explanation, I will present the results of my investigation into classic

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Colette française (et fille de zouave)

Colette and the French Singularity

Kathleen Antonioli

echoes in Ozouf's French singularity and the #MeToo letter. I argue that traits associated with Colette's writing before World War I (nature, instinct, femininity, antifeminism) became nationalized far more strongly after the war. Though these were always

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“Feminine, Not Feminist”

Trad Truth-making on Social Media

Alexandra Deem

This article investigates the truth-making practices of networks of antifeminist women on social media who identify as “traditional” or “trad” for short. Demonstrating how trad truth-making emerges in response both to the tensions inherent in right-wing nationalism and neoliberal postfeminism, it argues that the potential solution trad women pose depends on the ways they harness social media to limb public and private spaces and personal and political concerns. Paying particular attention to the entanglement of emotions and technical affordances, I use instances from my fieldwork in trad networks to frame their outreach as a form of truth management equally invested in carving out a space for their own (semi)public presence as in combatting the perceived dangers of feminism.

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Attack Frames

Framing Processes, Collective Identity, and Emotion in the Men’s Rights Subreddit

Chelsea Starr

discusses the main results alongside the coding process. Overall, 86 percent of the memes contain either an “Antifeminism” or a “Men as Victims” specific code. The metacode groupings are listed in their order of prevalence in the results. The top three

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Who Is Afraid of Feminist Thought?

In Memoriam: Hana Havelková (18 September 1949–31 October 2020)

Veřa Sokolová and Libora Oates-Indruchová

attributed the popularity of her courses on feminist theories to the topic itself: “There is a tremendous need for reflection. In the Faculty where I teach, I can see that students’ interest in feminism is huge … even antifeminism did a great service … many

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Representations of Women in the French Imaginary

Historicizing the Gallic Singularity

Jean Elisabeth Pedersen

nos sociétés.” 15 Speaking directly to those critics who had accused her of antifeminism, Deneuve highlighted her commitment to feminism and her opposition to conservatism by recalling her willing participation in an iconic earlier moment of the women

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Protests of Pandemic Skeptics in Germany and Austria

Antje Daniel, Anna Schwenck, and Fabian Virchow

gendered dimension of the protests, antifeminism, to assess the protests’ political overlap with antifeminist far-right discourses. She investigates the embeddedness of antifeminism in the pandemic-skeptical social movement organization Parents Rising

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Framing the “Refugee Hunter”

Gender and Nationalist Perspectives on Border Vigilance in Bulgaria

Kristina Ilieva

.1080/14650045.2017.1398142 . Keskinen , Suvi . 2013 . “ Antifeminism and White Identity Politics: Political Antagonisms in Radical Right-wing Populist and Anti-immigration Rhetoric in Finland .” Nordic Journal of Migration Research 3 ( 4 ): 225 – 232 . https://doi.org/10

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Becoming Visible

Corporeal Politics, Spaces of Appearance, and the Miss America Protest

Moya Lloyd

Theory 2 ( 1 ): 42 – 62 . https://doi.org/10.3167/dt.2015.020104 Machin , Amanda . 2022 . Bodies of Democracy: Modes of Embodied Politics . Bielefeld : Verlag . Markus , Maria . 1987 . “ The ‘Anti-feminism’ of Hannah Arendt. ” Thesis

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“This Forum Is NOT A DEMOCRACY”

The Role of Norms and Moderation in Cultivating (Anti)democratic Incel Identities

Jennifer Forestal

representative, transparent, and contested by a pluralistic membership. The result, as one former member recalls, was that while there “still was negativity” on the board, “fatalistic and defeatist attitudes as well as misogyny and anti-feminism weren't as