Hillary Clinton’s presidential race has already contributed something inestimably important to young women: living proof that a woman does not have to run from a fight for fear of being disliked.
When I listen to Hillary Clinton, I see and identify with the girl she once was — and I am excited by the policies she would create to support women.
You would think Trump might have changed his tune, admit that his criticisms were sexist and cruel, repent and beg for forgiveness. But that wouldn’t be Trump.
I’d never known how instrumental Hillary Clinton had been in facilitating my disabled daughter’s mainstreaming in to our neighborhood school in the 1970’s.
If she wins, Hillary Clinton will represent the realization of the hopes of Abigail Adams, the suffragists and every woman who fought for equal rights.
“Actions speak louder than words, and the act of electing a woman will say much more than any lecture parents can give to their kids about gender equality. If this means I’m voting with my vagina, then as a smart woman once said, deal me in!”