Ed Team

Maybe if she'd used a glass cutter?

Filed By Ed Team | August 12, 2008 7:30 AM | comments

Filed in: Quote of the Day
Tags: Bill Clinton, Chrystia Freeland, feminism, Financial Times, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Sex and the City

"While I'm a feminist and Steinem is one of my heroes, I didn't share her enthusiasm for Clinton's candidacy, partly because getting to the White House by having been married to a president seemed rather more an affirmation of traditional women's roles than a shattering of the glass ceiling."

-- Financial Times Managing Editor Chrystia Freeland in an article that ludicrously uses Sex and the City to reframe feminists (Hat tip to Steph for this atrocity of journalism)


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