Friday, March 10, 2017

Social Experiment Swapped Gender Roles For Trump And Clinton, Ends With People Realizing Why He Won (And How Unlikable She Is)

By Town Hall, March 08, 2017

What if Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton swapped gender roles? I know a woman acting like Trump and a man becoming Clinton, it’s usually a nonsensical exercise when the Left does this. The analysis of the reactions did touch upon how we perceive messages through gender, but it also yielded interesting results, namely highlighting the unappealing persona of Clinton, compounded when a man assumes her role. Whether you’re a man or a woman, the voters just didn’t like her, even if the roles were switched, as was the case in this exercise. Additionally, some who seemed to not understand how Trump won finally got—to the horror of some—the appeal of the 45th president of the United States. A common remark about the actress channeling Trump was that you may not be like her, but you know she’s right—and that she would take care of you.

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