Anger, Gender & Politics

I’m not going to bother looking up the research but will speak from personal experience. Anger is often perceived differently in men and women. The same anger seen as an asset in a male candidate may be seen as a liability in a female candidate. I know this because I have often been perceived as an angry woman (and therefore dangerous and unstable) rather than a rightfully angry person.

Don’t penalize Hillary Clinton for her gender.

Author: HOLLY IN CINCINNATI, Copy Editor

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