Women "can demand better than what this culture is giving us right now," Meghan McCain said during a speech this afternoon at Columbus State University’s seventh annual Women’s Leadership Conference.
McCain, a prominent blogger and daughter of U.S. Sen. John McCain, spoke at a luncheon that was part of the two-day conference.
Her speech centered largely on disparities in cultural perceptions of male and female politicians.
"I would like a different landscape than what we have now," McCain said. "I still think there's a glass ceiling that's left to be shattered."
McCain writes a column for The Daily Beast and has a Twitter account with over 104,000 followers.
She expanded her following with “Dirty Sexy Politics,” a 2010 memoir that addresses her father’s presidential campaign, the Republican Party and much more. She also wrote a 2008 children’s book, “My Dad, John McCain.”
Get the full story in Wednesday's Ledger-Enquirer. In the meantime, watch our video interview with McCain: