Quote of the Day

"We have to make it not only safe for women, we have to make it possible for us to express a full range of human emotion...without being so negatively judged. Remember when [Trump] called me a nasty woman? All of that stuff didn't end up hurting him that much because men are given a much broader range of emotions to demonstrate their authentic feelings. Be part of the changing culture so it's not viewed as disqualifying if you're standing up for yourself and speaking up for yourself."—Hillary Clinton, at the Teen Vogue Summit in Los Angeles on Dec. 2, during a Q&A with Black-ish star Yara Shahidi.

There are still people who say that having a female president doesn't matter. But when was the last time you heard any male presidential candidate tell girls that they should feel empowered to fight for their complex humanity?

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