I don’t want to speak for all my sisters in Big Law, but I’ll go out on a limb: The idea of having Donald Trump as your boss makes you puke. Based on his comments about women thus far, Trump seems less than enlightened—more like an untrained Neanderthal. You can just imagine how he’d treat a female employee: snipe about her appearance, taunt her about her hormones and otherwise subject her to all sorts of creative forms of humiliation. That’s the Donald.

But what about working for the other Republicans in the race? Like Ted Cruz, who has a wife with a Harvard MBA who worked for Goldman Sachs. Or John Kasich, who always telling us what a nice, fair guy he is. (Okay, he did say that women “left their kitchens” to support him at one point.) You might not agree with them or the other Republicans on policy matters, but is there any reason to think they’re not respectful of women and supportive of gender equity?

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