• The techniques are all means of dealing with one simple idea: She wrote it. (That is, the "wrong" person--in this case, female--has created the "right" value--i.e., art.)
    Denial of Agency: She didn't write it.
    Pollution of Agency: She shouldn't have written it.
    Double Standard of Content: Yes, but look what she wrote about.
    False Categorizing: She is not really she [an artist] and it is not really it [serious, of the right genre, aesthetically sound, important, etc.] so how could "she" have written "it"?
    Or simply: Neither "she" nor "it" exists (simple exclusion).

    Joanna Russ (1983). “How to Suppress Women's Writing”, p.61, University of Texas Press