“Are we ready for a woman president?”. This question is analyzed in the article while using the example of Hillary Clinton. The purpose of this article is to show the negativity put towards Hillary just because she is a female. First off it talks about how many times Hillary is talked about negatively due to her clothes and body shape. ”What you gonna do with all that junk? All that junk inside your trunk?” Without the accompanying drawing, one could have assumed that Anderson was referring personal baggage, but the cartoon made clear that he was also making a sly dig at her shape. This quote in the article is just one of the many ways that people make negative comments about women in politics. Why is it that women are criticized continually for there clothes, hairstyles, and body shape when none of this is mentioned for a male candidate? Another great point brought up in the article is the double-standard women have when running for office. If women act powerful and strong they are talked about as being to manly and not embracing there feminine side. If women act to traditionally feminine then they are considered to soft or weak by the public to be in office. I love how this article points out different instances where women candidates like Nancy Pelosi are critiqued for there style, hair and appearance but rarely is what they stand for or what they said brought up. This to me is very effective because it really is an eye-opener on how journalism works.