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English citations of femifascist

radical feminist, feminazi[edit]

  • 1999 October 26, Safire, William, Spread the word[1], Times Books, ISBN 9780812932539, OL 8020360M, page 8:
    Only a femifascist or PC dweeb would take such a tribute and turn it into a pejorative phrase.
  • 2006 January 2, Jaggar, Alison M., “Whose Politics? Who’s Correct?”, in Burns, Lynda, editor, Feminist Alliances, Rodopi, ISBN 9789042017283, OL 9322232M, page 21:
    As one of the group that Roger Kimball called “tenured radicals,” I found myself listed among the academic thought police, “femifascist,” and even, according to Dinesh D'Souza, “A Visigoth in Tweed!”
  • 2006 December 26, Dierker, Robert H., Jr., The Tyranny of Tolerance: A Sitting Judge Breaks the Code of Silence to Expose the Liberal Judicial Assault, Crown Forum, ISBN 9780307339195, OL 9499349M, page 9:
    Like the rest of the illiberal liberals, femifascists display single-minded devotion to imposing their tyranny on the American people—and will viciously punish those who resist.