Sažetak The fact that we are born as women and men necessarily means that we live different lives. Relying on developed feminist approaches that problematize relations of power distribution between genders, the author tries to present a sexist discourse, which can be recognized in awareness of the Croatian population in variants of traditional and modern forms, in a series of social relations C individuals, family, work at home and on the market, politics etc.
The disclosure of sexist discourse of generic identity in a Croatian society has been carried out using empiric insight of opinions of the Croatian citizens, according to the conceptual model of "traditional" and "modern" sexism. The goal was to establish the basic structure of sexist concepts and the influence of other variables (marital status, regional identity, age and educational differences) on these concepts. Major results have confirmed the thesis on, mainly male, older and with a poorer education, part of the Croatian population as that who in their awareness cultivates specific cultural and modern sexisms, with which they harmonize with the core of very numerous scientific papers on this topic with matching results.