Even beyond the candidates, it appears that based on the platforms of our two major parties, one is more clearly a party for women.
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.
It was in 1692 that 20 people, nearly all of them women, were hung—accused of witchcraft. They were called devils. They were told they had hate in their hearts. There were calls of “lock her up.” Sound familiar?
Abortion, rape culture, and nasty women. This debate was rife with moments we need to remember in November.
Spoiler Alert: Women don’t like Trump, Hillary proposed a revolutionary change to our tax policies, how far women have come, and more campaign updates!