Hillary Clinton is not a woman, and that's a triumph for feminism and a problem for Hillary.
Let me clarify.
Yes, technically she is female. But when millions of Americans think of Hillary Clinton, they don't think of her gender; they think of, well, Hillary Clinton. Some may think of her as a heroic liberal technocrat. Others might think of her as a deeply partisan politician. The list goes on: She's a supportive (or enabling) wife, a great (or terrible) former secretary of state, a left-wing bully or a victim of political witch hunts.
What she is not is an icon for a category of humanity called "womanhood."
This strikes me as a significant victory for...