Saying Hillary Can’t Be Described by Certain Words Because She’s Female Is What’s Sexist

t’s not feminist to say we can’t call her what she is just because she’s a woman.
A group that’s referring to itself as Hillary Clinton’s “Super Volunteers” has promised to track when the media uses “coded” sexist words — such as “ambitious” and “insincere” — to describe her, according to New York Times political reporter Amy Chozick.

The other forbidden words and phrases are “polarizing,” “calculating,” “disingenuous,” “insincere,” “ambitious,” “inevitable,” “entitled,” “over-confident,” “secretive,” “will do anything to win,” “represents the past” and “out of touch.”

The idea is either that when these words are used to describe her more often than male candidates or that when they are used to describe her at all there is some kind of negative connotation attached to them that’s rooted in sexism.

Good thing they warned me. Otherwise I at some point might have called her “insincere” or “disingenuous” — because she, you know, is…