Womancard - the card that gives you less
How do you use your #womancard?
That's what some women have been asking each other on social media after Republican front-runner Donald Trump expressed the view that Hillary Clinton's only real electoral appeal as a presidential candidate was the "woman card."
"Frankly, if Hillary Clinton were a man, I don't think she'd get five percent of the vote. The only thing she's got going is the women's card," Trump said after he won five state primaries on Tuesday. Some observers thought they spotted Mary Pat Christie, the wife of New Jersey's Republican Governor Chris Christie, rolling her eyes at the comment in the background.
The target of the jibe, Hillary Clinton, responded she was happy to play the womancard if that meant standing up for women's rights.
Since then, there have been more than 90,000 tweets, mostly jokes, using the hashtag #womancard. Many were jokes about unequal pay, reproductive rights and "mansplaining."
"Every time I try to play my #womancard, a man has to explain how it works", one tweeter wrote.
Here's another: "Tried to use my #womancard at an ATM to pull out a $20—got $15.60 instead."
It wasn't just women using the hashtag, some men got involved too. Though this one is a former adviser to Hillary Clinton.
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But there were some people, including supporters of Clinton's Democrat rival Bernie Sanders, who thought there was some truth in the argument that the former first lady was playing on her gender to make women feel they had to vote for her.
And some at the other end of the political spectrum expressed the view that Hillary Clinton should have her womancard revoked for her attitude towards Monica Lewinsky. Mrs Clinton is reported to have once referred to Lewinsky - the White House intern who had an affair with her husband Bill when he was president - as "a narcissistic loony toon" in a private conversation.
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