Gynocentrism (Greek, gyno-, "woman, female") is the practice
, conscious or otherwise, of asserting a female (or specifically a feminist
) point of view and placing it at the center of a political, social, family, or gender context, potentially to the detriment of non-females.
The perceptions, needs, and desires of women have primacy in this system, where the female view is the reference point or lens through which matters are analysed.
: "Women should be allowed in the army" - "Army training should be easier for women so they can be a solider" - "women shouldn't have to fight on the front line" - "women need to have better equipment
and more supplies" - "women should get equal money, medals and praise as all those men did that died" - "We need to start a government
trust for all the horrible discrimination from combat that women faced in the army" - etc.