"I'm not sexist; other people are:" on the Democratic primary and the misogyny that hides in plain sight.
The misogyny of past presidential contests was often blunt and unashamed. The misogyny of 2020, though, has been different. It has lawyered up. It has emphasized plausible deniability. And it has been finding ever-cannier ways of hiding in plain sight
"I'm not sexist; other people are:" on the Democratic primary and the misogyny that hides in plain sight.
‘Electability claims to be a benign and objective concern. It is neither. It..outsources biases, rationalizing them [as] the moral failings of imagined others...It throws up its hands & washes them at the same time’