He said, she said, he interrupted. How this election has illuminated decades of workplace sexism – Los Angeles Times

Personalities may have overshadowed policy during this presidential campaign, but one issue has dominated virtually every news cycle:

He said, she said, he interrupted. 

Whether she wins the White House or not, Hillary Clinton has already changed American discourse. If it has done nothing else, her historic campaign has illuminated the  belittlement, condescension and hostility that women have endured for decades in workplaces across the country.

From the moment in the Democratic debates when Bernie Sanders snapped at  Clinton, “Let me finish,” to the recent sight of Newt Gingrich accusing Megyn Kelly of being “fascinated with sex,”   this campaign has been the embodiment of a growing awareness of the subtle — and not so subtle — sexism women face.

He said, she said, he interrupted. How this election has illuminated decades of workplace sexism – Los Angeles Times

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