Does the Constitution Allow a Female President? Originalism Says Yes. Some Types of Nonoriginalism May Say No.
This might seem like an odd question, but a journalist recently asked me my opinion about the matter. It turns out that Article II of the Constitution refers to the President as a him. For example: “He shall hold his Office during the Term of four Years.” If this “he” meant only a male person, there would be a strong argument that the President had to be a male.Details