A few weeks ago, we wrote that whatever the outcome of the Democratic Primary, Hillary Clinton's candidacy helped start a conversation about sexism. Well that conversation is on the front page of the New York Times this morning, with a discussion of the possibly sexist way Clinton was covered by cable news networks and the rest of the mainstream media. The litany of examples of blatant sexism from media outlets corralled by the Times is pretty damning: " Cable television has come under the most criticism. Chris Matthews, a host on MSNBC, called Mrs. Clinton a 'she-devil' and said she had gotten as far as she had only because her husband had 'messed around.' Mike Barnicle, a panelist on MSNBC, said that Mrs. Clinton was 'looking like everyone's first wife standing outside a probate court.' Tucker Carlson, also on MSNBC, said, 'When she comes on television, I involuntarily cross my legs.'"