(PJMedia) -- The idea was simple. Have actors of the opposite sex re-enact the 2016 presidential debates between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton with the same words and mannerisms, and see how people respond.
Would people find Trump's aggressiveness problematic coming from a woman -- as feminists would suggest? Would ... whatever it is that Clinton's supporters loved be even more convincing coming from a man?
That's what economics and political science professor Maria Guadalupe and educational theater professor Joe Salvatore thought they'd find when they took the transcripts of the debates, swapped the genders, and put on a stage show called "Her Opponent".
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They did not expect, of course, what actually occurred -- which anyone not consumed with the politics of personal identity could have predicted: