I think I visited this exact topic two weeks ago, in my article titled Power and Sex in the Media: Can women ever have it all? I discussed Lux Nightmare's take on the issue, and referred you to read the New York Times article that started it all. The gist of it: If women in powerful, male dominated positions dress to project their sexuality i.e. dress sexy or feminine, they are less likely to be taken seriously and are perceived weaker and therefore less effective in those positions, than their male counterparts. I wonder what the good Senator thinks.
U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton should tap into her feminine side and wear dresses and skirts instead of trousers, fashion designer Donatella Versace was quoted as saying on Thursday.