cliterati

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Blend of clitoris +‎ literati

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cliterati pl (plural only)

  1. significant figures in the feminism movements.
    • 2004, Laura Flanders, The W effect: Bush's war on women, Feminist Press at the City University of New York, page 248:
      Its first meeting, held at Eve Ensler's apartment, was a who's who, as Cuomo puts it, of "the New York cliterati," including Urvashi Vaid, Laura Flanders, Sarah Schulman and other notables.
  2. influential women.
    • 1996, Lindsy Van Gelder, Pamela Robin Brandt, The Girls Next Door, Simon & Schuster, page 126:
      The women who come are famously sexy, rich, successful, and gorgeous: the cliterati.

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