Is it okay to suggest that Elizabeth Warren is too shrill?

Is it okay to suggest that Elizabeth Warren is too shrill? By Paul Mirengoff.

It’s true that “shrill” is far likely to be used to describe a female candidate than a male counterpart. But it’s also true that “bully,” “blowhard,” and “bombastic” are far more likely to used to describe male candidates. Should these terms be off-limits?

The reality is that when women ramp up the volume, they run a much greater risk of sounding shrill than men who do. And when men go into overdrive, they run a much greater risk than women of sounding bombastic and/or bullying.

Criticizing women as a group has been off-limits for the last 50 years. PC says they can do no wrong, and everyone should be like them, especially at school.