The question we need to ask ourselves now is: what role do we play as constituents in voting for leaders who enable the sort of politics that excludes women?
Ever heard of Shirley Chisholm? What about Charlene Mitchell and Lenora Fulani? They are among the many African American women who've run for president despite enormous political barriers.
For most of its history, the members of both Houses of Congress have been white men.
Arnab Goswami's rant wasn't the exception, it is the norm when it comes to women in power being sexualised when they are being criticised.
On the eternal hijacking of female narratives.
Women might not run the country better, but they definitely have the right to try.