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Question 1: Spanish and Portuguese machismo refers exclusively to the belief in the superiority of males over females, that is it means "________" or "male chauvinism" (along with the Spanish and Portuguese adjective machista, "sexist" or "male chauvinist").
DiscriminationMasculismSexismHomophobia

Question 2: In the play "________" by Arthur Miller, one of the main characters Eddie is a classic type who displays machismo.
A View from the BridgeSidney Lumet12 Angry Men (1957 film)Network (film)

Question 3: [5] Machismo itself derives from Spanish and Portuguese macho, coming from the Latin masculus "male [animal]" or, when used metaphorically, "________" or "very masculine."[6]
ManMen's rightsMasculinityMasculism

Question 4: Machismo is prominently exhibited or excessive ________.
ManMen's rightsMasculismMasculinity

Question 5: In American literature, a memorable example of machismo comes from ________' character Stanley Kowalski, the egotistical brother-in-law in A Streetcar Named Desire.
Suddenly, Last SummerTennessee WilliamsCat on a Hot Tin RoofEugene O'Neill







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