Camille Paglia, TIME – July 13, 2015
The protracted and ruthlessly gladiatorial U.S. electoral process drives talented women politicians away from the fray. What has kept women from winning the White House is not simple sexism but their own reluctance to subject themselves to the harsh scrutiny and ritual abuse of the presidential sweepstakes.
The Gist (Slate) – April 13, 2015
Today on The Gist, we talk with Debbie Walsh, director of the Center for American Women and Politics at Rutgers University.
Samaa TV – March 26, 2015
Afghanistan may have one of the worst reputations in the world for women’s rights in the world but its leader joked in New York Thursday that Afghans may elect a female president before the United States.