Gender and the Presidential race is a topic that's been on the media's mind today, what with Hillary's recent popularity plummet and her "crying" incident. Gloria Steinem, the godmother of second wave feminism, weighs in on Hillary and womanhood in an op-ed in the NY Times: "Gender is probably the most restricting force in American life, whether the question is who must be in the kitchen or who could be in the White House," Steinem argues. She also touches on something that Moe and Megan from Wonkette touched on this morning: Hillary's crying jag proved that if you're an incredibly ambitious woman, you're damned if you do, and you're damned if you don't. "There is still no 'right' way to be a woman in public power without being considered a you-know-what," Steinem says.
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