Yeah, that's the prevailing narrative she attempts to convey, but we all know that the elephant has its own motivations that the executive branch runs around attempting to justify those motivations. Just watch her interview debates with Ella Whelan to see how she responds to other women who disagree with her. She has no problem cutting her off, speaking over her or referring to what she's saying as annoying background noise. So, her ideas of mutual respect, even among other women, who she claims to be acting on behalf of, seem to be arbitrary and based on her whims and fancies. In the Milo debate, she alluded to some members of the audience should be imprisoned as well. So she may be 'moderate' in her speech, but she's also a harbinger of things to come and quite taken with her own opinion and ideas. In the interview with Kim Woodburn, she was asked where people at the door call women love and men sir, and she said 'everywhere she goes' which isn't true and the obvious was pointed out that she's just looking for something to complain about. So you may consider the other woman obnoxious, but she also doesn't suffer fools easily and I found it entertaining - all anti-libtard emotional bias aside.Kate Smurthwaite appears only to want to establish mutual respect between men and women - particularly in professional domains.