The commenters here are much more articulate than I am. The bottom line is, as Rebecca Traister said last week, in another intelligent article about which I believe I wrote a blog post which I then deleted, because, well, I don't know, probably because I have been feeling the superfluity of my input into all things blogospherical: It is possible to see very clearly how much sexism Hillary has faced on this campaign trail and still not want to vote for her. And, for god's sake, if she is the nominee, we all will vote for her; we just don't think she's the be-all and end-all of politics, feminist or not.
I do not know why I am so wrought up about all this today. Actually, I do know, and if I would just get on with what I'm supposed to be doing, I would be able to let go.