Women are now slowly gaining more power and influence in the systems of human society, but since the entire thing was designed over the millennia overwhelmingly by men for the purpose of serving men, women still struggle to find a comfortable place within it.
Not Hillary Clinton, though. She's thrived in it. Immersed herself in it. Mastered it. Arisen to the very top of it.
As a United States Senator, and then as Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton has consistently pushed for increased military aggression, seemingly at every possible opportunity. Her support (bought by George W. Bush in exchange for $20 billion to rebuild New York) of the evil and unforgivable Iraq invasion alone helped bring the lives of over a million Iraqis to a violent, grizzly end. The time-honored patriarchal tradition of warfare has enjoyed an abundance of support through Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Clinton's consistent neoliberal track record has helped widen the gap between the rich and the poor and push America further into oligarchism. She supported the bank bailouts, she gave paid speeches to Goldman Sachs for massive amounts of money while continuing to refuse to release the transcripts, she picked a running mate who tried to push for even fewer restrictions for Wall Street after being openly instructed by Wall Street donors to pick a running mate who's friendly to their interests, her State Department pressured Haiti to slash its minimum wage from 61 cents an hour to 31 cents an hour, and she was even a director at the notorious American wage slavery institution Wal-Mart for six years. Oligarchy, and its twin brother wage slavery, are both foundational building blocks of the patriarchy.