masculinity itself, as an identity construct that seems to depend
for its existence on being extremely different from females and very glad
of it, and contemptuous of all things female and feminine. Especially
well-developed by Nancy Chodorow [The Reproduction of Mothering: Psychoanalysis
and the Sociology of Gender. Berkeley CA: University of California Press
1978] and Dorothy Dinnerstein [The Mermaid and the Minotaur: Sexual Arrangements
and Human Malaise. NY: Harper and Row 1976].
Referred to here
by Katherine Montwieler
And here, in it's
emphasis on the isolated self as opposed to the connected self (including
contempt for women)...
And again here,
more specifically as ecofeminism...