Campuses should be places where students are able to make mistakes without fear of retribution. If there is no margin for error, it is impossible to receive a meaningful education.
Chris Matthews's sickening misogyny was made famous in 2008, when he obsessively tore down Hillary Clinton for standing between Barack Obama and the presidency, something that Matthews could not abide.
Hypocrisy, something Jesus railed against, has become perhaps the most prominent feature of the religious right in the Trump era.
Because most journalists are secular, they can be gullible in looking to the religious right as arbiters of biblical interpretation, especially as it relates to hot-button cultural and political issues.
Frankly, the idea that exposed legs are some sort of sexual provocation is an argument one would expect to hear from a religious fundamentalist, not a feminist.
Women likely are rejecting Trump because they know the presidential race isn't just about taxes or ISIL or immigration. It's about their place in society and how a Trump presidency would drag women back a half-century.