Feinstein: Women Senators Are "Less On Testosterone," More Reasonable
"I don't want people who watch this show to think we're some kind of a sorority because we're not," Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Cali.) said to ABC News' Diane Sayer in a joint interview with her female colleagues. "We're all-- we all march to the sound of different drummers to some extent. And we all have, I think, an area of effectiveness. I think one of the things that we have done throughout our career is earned a portfolio of expertise. We have worked our way up, we have done our apprenticeship. We understand how government should function and we want to play a role toward that positive functioning."
"This is one of the reasons I think women become effective originally, that they can sound that call. Another reason I think, you know, we're less on testosterone," she said.
"Weâ€™re less on testosterone. We donâ€™t have the need to always be confrontational. And I think weâ€™re problem solvers, and I think thatâ€™s what this country needs."