When I first started making movies, it took me a while to get how sexist it was.
sexist attacks, like other types of negative ads, though supposedly loathed by voters, are launched because they work.
Obviously it's sexist to suggest that this is more of a factor for women than for men.
Later, the sexist coverage of Clinton was considered one of the principal reasons she lost the primary to President Obama.
Second, the attack on Palin's qualifications is sexist, a bias abetted by the media.
She fills her characters up—strong women beating back against a sexist system—with so much heart.
The panel didn't mince words in their assessment of the prime minister's complicity in perpetuating a sexist culture.
At ESPN, announcer Ron Franklin was fired this week for sexist remarks made to a sideline reporter during a staff meeting.
Had Herx said “this dogma is sexist,” that would be well beyond the reach of the courts.
Republicans have Sarah Palin and four women governors, but they are still willing to attack Democratic women with sexist attacks.
1965, from sex (n.) on model of racist, coined by Pauline M. Leet, director of special programs at Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, U.S., in a speech which was circulated in mimeograph among feminists. Popularized by use in print in Caroline Bird's introduction to "Born Female" (1968).