there's a fair amount of commentary these days about whether criticism of hillary clinton constitutes sexism.
if you are criticizing her for her clothing or for her hair or any other part of her appearance, you are being a sexist asshole and you should stop. if you are criticizing her for her tone of voice or any other attribute that is associated with a gender norm, you are being a sexist asshat and you should stop.
if you are criticizing her about her record in office, in her speeches, as a member of the bill clinton administration, on her many large donors and conflicts of interest, on her lack of integrity and numerous flaws BECAUSE what you think is really wrong with her is that she's a woman, you are a slimy underhanded sexist asshole and you ought to be slapped.
if you are criticizing her about her record in office, in her speeches, as a member of the bill clinton administration, on her many large donors and conflicts of interest, on her lack of integrity and numerous flaws because you would criticize those things in any candidate, carry on.
concern that a former secretary of state may be indicted before the election is over is not a sexist thing. it is a reasonable concern and quite frankly i resent having my feminism credentials questioned because i don't support every woman candidate who happens to run.
some women are perfectly horrible people and do not merit my vote. for anyone to suggest that i ought to overlook a record that goes against my beliefs (supports the wars, supports surveillance, supported that horrible welfare "reform") or is ethically troubling (takes donations from wall street banks, fracking concerns, and NRA lobbyists) or downright illegal (personal email server to act as end run around FOIA and possibly cover up shady quid pro quo to private foundation) simply because "there is a special place in hell for women who do not help other women" is gender based bullshit of the first order.
so just cut that shit out, ok?