CSUSB professor: ‘Here’s how we talk about manhood — and womanhood — during a presidential race’

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The Washington Post — Meredith Conroy, an assistant professor of political science at California State University, San Bernardino, wrote in an op-ed column: “On Tuesday, delegates at the Democratic National Convention officially made Hillary Clinton the first woman nominated by a major party for the U.S. presidency.

“But with or without a female candidate, the race for the presidency has always been gendered, as my research shows — often in ways that are explicitly unfriendly to women. And the language we use to talk about who is fit for the presidency is language that hurts women.”

The article was published July 27, 2016.

Read the complete article at “Here’s how we talk about manhood — and womanhood — during a presidential race.”

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