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April 25, 2008 by SocProf and tagged Gender, Globalization, Health, Health Care, Hillary Clinton, Human Rights, Patriarchy, Politics, Sexism
That’s a no-brainer.
Posted in Development, Education, Gender, Globalization, Health, Health Care, Human Rights, Patriarchy, Politics, Sexism, Social Exclusion, Social Inequalities, Social Stratification | 2 Comments »
Is that an implication that being a woman inherently makes Hillary a better candidate in terms of feminism? Because that’s a fairly prejudiced remark.
No, Josh, of course not. What makes her a better feminist candidate than the others in the race is her actual positions on issues (what the content of the YT clip is about)… wage equity, choice, etc.
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