“Sarah Palin is watched, loved and hated because she brings out a part of the mainstream American woman that people haven't been conditioned to accept as an ideal career woman. She is emotional, motherly, and attractive, which is not the idea people have in mind when they think "sucessful", ""intelligent" or "capable".
"It is hard enough to be a woman in a mans world without trying to be a woman pretending to be a man in a man's world."
Clearly, America still can't grasp that feminism shouldn't be about women mimicking male traits in order to rise in the "man's world". It should be about embracing out feminine traits without being perceived as mentally or emotionally weaker. Sarah has been the first major woman I have ever seen blatantly do this, and its an uphill battle.”