Sturgeon is annoyed that reporters still focus on outfits instead of her policies
there are maybe 100 things that (women) have to worry about…that a man will never have to have cross his mind
She said: “Every time a woman politician goes in front of a camera, there are maybe 100 things that she has to worry about, consciously or subconsciously, that a man will never have to have cross his mind.”
Sturgeon claims she had no female role models to look up to or learn from and was always aware of being the only women at the table.
May has had a number of articles dedicated to her high heels
“Because you are so surrounded by men, you feel as if you’ve got to behave like them in order to fit in.”
The SNP leader previously wrote she “fervently hopes” Hillary Clinton beats Republican rival Donald Trump, which caused a backlash on social media.
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She told Gentlewoman magazine: “I’ve identified with a lot of what she’s been through, and I admired a lot of how she has dealt with that.
“The resilience that woman has – everything she’s been through, and to still come back and do it again. I just… Wow. But anyway, we are where we are.”
Scotland’s first minister was angry that when she met with Prime Minister Theresa May, some reporters were “only interested in our shoes.”
In addition Sturgeon bemoaned the image bestowed on her and other childless politicians of making a cold, career-focused decision not to start a family.
The SNP leader backed Hillary Clinton in the US presidential election
She said: “It’s so complex. In my life, the not wanting to have kids, the not being able to have kids, having the miscarriage – these have all been true at different points.”
Sturgeon has recently been warned declaring a second Scottish independence referendum without the approval of the UK Government would prove “much more complicated” for the EU.
Ex-European Council president Herman Van Rompuy suggested Brussels would find it harder to stomach a vote for Scotland to breakaway from the rest of the UK if it hadn’t been authorised by Westminster.