Women need to be tough to lead. They also need to be feminine. It's a fine line to walk, and very few people have done it successfully at the highest level. At least three women will seek the Democratic party's nomination for U.S. president in 2020, and all of them will face the same question about likability that Hillary Clinton did.
What's the expectation for a woman in politics? Is there a way to shatter those notions? Are we making progress? And why, almost three decades later, is Kim Campbell still Canada's only female Prime Minister?
GUEST: Rt Hon. Kim Campbell, 19th Prime Minister of Canada