Americans put women candidates like Hillary Clinton in a double-bind. While voters dislike strong masculine traits in female candidates, they don’t want women politicians to be too feminine, either, since those stereotypically qualities run counter to our cultural typecasts of tough leadership.
Americans put women candidates like Hillary Clinton in a double-bind. While voters dislike strong masculine traits in female candidates, they don’t want women politicians to be too feminine, either, since those stereotypically qualities run counter to our cultural typecasts of tough leadership. Brennan Linsley Associated Press
Americans put women candidates like Hillary Clinton in a double-bind. While voters dislike strong masculine traits in female candidates, they don’t want women politicians to be too feminine, either, since those stereotypically qualities run counter to our cultural typecasts of tough leadership. Brennan Linsley Associated Press

It’s OK to support Clinton because she’s a woman

February 19, 2016 03:00 AM

UPDATED February 20, 2016 07:07 PM

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