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Whether it’s a fantasy, a set-up or true, I simply don’t care.”It was not until former White House volunteer Kathleen Willey appeared on in mid-March to make public the allegation she had formerly made in a deposition—that Clinton had manhandled her during a private meeting in which she sought a paying job—that some feminists began to make reluctant noises of dismay.
The National Organization for Women (NOW), which until then had found itself “unable to comment responsibly,” averred that “Kathleen Willey’s sworn testimony moves the question from whether the president is a ‘womanizer’ to whether he is a sexual predator.”But NOW’s change of heart was by no means typical of feminist activists. Anita Perez Ferguson, president of the National Women’s Political Caucus—the premier group promoting female participation in American politics—described Willey’s charges as “quantity rather than quality, in terms of my feelings.” She continued, “There’s no question that it’s disturbing….
And we know that Clinton has lied about his past behavior—including the sizable lie that underlay the supposedly informed decision of the American people that they didn’t care about his womanizing: his elaborately careful 1992 denials of his affair with Gennifer Flowers.
Where America’s women leaders have failed is in their unwillingness to draw even the most commonsensical conclusions from the evidence of Clinton’s recklessness. In the words of an “alert” posted on the feminist Women Leaders Online Web site, “Men acting like pigs is not against the law; if it were, many women in America could be zillionaires.”But since when did feminists see their mission as defining and denouncing only that which is illegal?
Didn’t the phrase “men acting like pigs” once describe a fair portion of what feminists were trying to change?