Laura Sessions Stepp had an interesting article in the Washington Post this week looking at young women’s attitudes about gender politics:

I recently met with a group of high school and college women who had come to D.C. for a leadership conference. I wondered whether they felt — as many women in my generation do — that Hillary Clinton suffered in the Democratic presidential primary from rank bias against women. So I asked them: Did Clinton’s sex play a part in her losing the nomination? And did her loss dissuade them or their girlfriends from wanting to pursue political careers?

Their answers were no and no.

More details here.