Related formsan·ti·sex·ism, noun
Examples from the Web for sexism
Its biggest asset, of course, is the steely Atwell, who never asks you to feel sorry for Carter despite all the sexism around her.
The rule of law, you see, buckles, bends and sometimes crumbles under the weight of racism, sexism, and classism.
The most interesting personal information Grandin shared during the AMA was the sexism she faced during the start of her career.
In fact, she says the sexism she faced was far more of an obstacle than her autism in the workplace.
Male-dominance and sexism in video gaming is more evident than ever.Is ‘Magic: The Gathering’ Immune to GamerGate Misogyny?|David Levesley|October 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for sexism
Derived Formssexist, noun, adjective
Word Origin for sexism
Culture definitions for sexism (1 of 2)
The belief that one sex (usually the male) is naturally superior to the other and should dominate most important areas of political, economic, and social life. Sexist discrimination in the United States in the past has denied opportunities to women in many spheres of activity. Many allege that it still does. (See also affirmative action, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, glass ceiling, and National Organization for Women.)
Culture definitions for sexism (2 of 2)
The belief that one sex (usually the male) is naturally superior to the other and should dominate most important areas of political, economic, and social life.