Clinton comes home to Wellesley
Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton reached out to the nation’s young women in an emotional return on Thursday to her alma mater, Wellesley College, where she told students who had started lining up at 6 a.m. to see her that “in so many ways this all-women’s college prepared me to compete in the all-boys’ club of presidential politics.”
But an all-men's college, club or association is sexist.
Susanna Medora Salter, first female city mayor elected in US, a Republican
Jeanette Rankin, first female elected to Congress, a Republican
Margaret Chase Smith, first female nominated for president of the United States, a Republican
Sandra Day O'Connor, first female justice of the Supreme Court, a Republican
Antonia Coello Novello, first female Surgeon General, a Republican
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen , first Hispanic woman elected to Congress, a Republican
Alice Wells, first female police office (LA), a Republican
Susan B. Anthony, a Republican
Estelle Reel, first woman elected to statewide office as Wyoming's Superintendent of Public Education, a Republican
Through women's rights and civil rights the Democrats have been all-inclusive only when it is beneficial to them at the polls. Otherwise, they're wimps.