There’s no place for it, in any event. Etymology speaks clearly in this instance, and it seems obvious that bias grows where hatred already fertilizes. However, it is a joyful development when we discuss what words meaning, because words have meaning … and ideas matter, even in Truck Through City.
Misogyny: Does It Mean Hate or Bias?, by Ben Zimmer (WSJ)
… Those who looked up “misogyny” in Merriam-Webster’s online dictionary would find a terse definition: “a hatred of women.” Etymologically speaking, that is right on the money, as the word combines the Greek root for “woman” with the prefix “miso-” meaning “hatred” (also found in “misandry,” a hatred of men, and “misanthropy,” a hatred of humankind).