Hillary Clinton: First Female President & First Lesbian President

Posted: October 24, 2013 in Taking Advantage of Power
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First, Hillary Clinton got criticized for not wearing makeup, pulling her hair back, and wearing her glasses when speaking in Bangladesh. NOW, everyone is talking about Clinton and her sexuality and saying that she is a lesbian


“Washington, the smarter less attractive version of Hollywood.”


The American Family’s Association, Bryan Fischer, stated,

“If Hillary Clinton becomes president in 2016 she will not only be our first female president she could be our first lesbian president.”

Gennifer Flowers, Bill Clinton’s former alleged mistress, said that she was told by Bill Clinton himself that his wife was bisexual.

It was also reported by the San Francisco Chronicle’s Carla Marinucci, who tweeted a picture of anti-Hillary buttons at a state conference hosted by the California GOP that read, “KFC Hillary Special: 2 Fat Thighs/2 Small Breasts…Left Wing.”KFCThese buttons are CLEARLY an example of sexism.

Perhaps Fischer, and the person who dreamed up the offensive Hillary buttons are less concerned about the former first lady being a ‘lesbian’ or ‘bisexual’ or ‘left wing’ but are truly fearful of a female leading our nation. And they would not be the only ones.

The next time you are brought into a conversation focusing on Hillary’s sexual disposition, her preference for pantsuits or her various body parts, try to refocus the talk to more important, substantive issues, like her foreign policy views, the way in which she intends to fight terrorist cells or how to end the war on drugs. 

  1. This is great, and so relevant. It’s a disgrace that the gender binary is still applicable in the public sphere–and that it bears weight in an individual’s political image. I love that you address this, and you’re totally on-point: let’s stick to key policy issues, and leave the poor woman’s sexuality alone. It is IRRELEVANT. Well-done.

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