Not electing Hillary Clinton might just be the best thing that happened for women who long to see a woman President. I'll be first in line to vote for a woman...as soon as one runs who is ethical and sane, free of corruption.
Hillary would have been the worst pick to represent the first woman President, just as Obama was the worst pick for the first African American President. After eight years of hate speech against Christians, after eight annual ebonics laced speeches at NAACP dinners, where he first began stirring up racial hate, my guess it that it will take at least two or three decades before America becomes willing to vote another Black into the Oval Office. Obama fooled a lot of well meaning voters when he first ran for office, spouting out "perty words" and talking about "no red states and no blue states...just the United States". Then, when he got elected he set about dividing us like never before. We've never seen such racial tensions since the 60's. Wealth envy and an explosive sense of entitlement rules the national discussion and Obama's words and actions have only encouraged religious tensions instead of healing divisions. It will take a long time before America votes into office another Black....Obama was tough medicine to swallow...we won't repeat that mistake anytime soon.
So, yes, women who seek a woman President caught a huge break in Hillary's defeat. To prevent a "woman candidate drought" for decades into the future, let's elect a woman of high principle, who will set the example for, hopefully a long succession of women Presidents.