Last week, there were two headlines on the same day about Hillary Clinton, Senator and presidential candidate. The first story was about Senator Clinton's support among women. The second was about, believe it or not, her cleavage.
The New York Times: "Clinton Has Support of Women But Faces Skepticism, Polls Says"
The Washington Post: "Hillary Clinton's Tentative Dip Into New Neckline Territory"
According to The New York Times story, "Mrs. Clinton's choices as a woman and a political figure have been intensely scrutinized during her 15 years on the national stage."
Which bring us to The Washington Post on the same day, "There was cleavage on display Wednesday afternoon on C-SPAN. It belonged to Sen. Hillary Clinton ... "It was startling to see that small acknowledgment of sexuality and femininity peeking out of the conservative --- aesthetically speaking --- environment of Congress."
This week, The Post is continuing to hear readers' reactions to the story. What do you think: Is a candidate's body fair game?
Julie Kirtz Garrett is a writer and television reporter. She lives in Washington, D.C., with her husband and three children.