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["Not all men", when used as a meme, is] a sharp, damning satire of a familiar kind of bad-faith argument, the one where a male interlocutor redirects a discussion about sexism, misogyny, rape culture, or women’s rights to instead be about how none of that is his fault.

—Jess Zimmerman[1]

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Protester holding up a banner: "Transmisogyny is still misogyny"

Transmisogyny (or trans-misogyny) is the oppression of trans women and trans feminine people, more generally. It exists at the intersection between transphobia and misogyny. As with all intersectional issues, there are forms of (deadly) oppression unique to trans feminine people that are suffered neither by cisgender women nor trans men.[2]

The word was coined by Julia Serano in her book Whipping Girl: A Transsexual Woman on Sexism and the Scapegoating of Femininity.[3]

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