- Dasha Burns: Dust-up over feminists chastising young women cool to Clinton backfires like a mother-daughter spat
- She says despite Sanders' appealing idealism, young women should know election's importance, Clinton must show she hears them
Dasha Burns is a writer and works as a strategist and creative content producer at Oliver Global, a consulting agency where she focuses on leveraging media and digital technology for global development. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author.
(CNN)An intergenerational clash within the feminist movement is playing out online and in the media. Surprisingly, two of the most iconic feminist leaders are the cause of the latest controversy: Gloria Steinem and Madeleine Albright. In trying to convince young women to vote for Hillary Clinton, they've instead incited a backlash.