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  • Put the Sex Back in Sex Ed

    03/13/2014 8:17:33 PM PDT · by thecodont · 24 replies
    TIME ^ | March 13, 2014 7:02 AM ET | Camille Paglia
    Fertility is the missing chapter in sex education. Sobering facts about women’s declining fertility after their 20s are being withheld from ambitious young women, who are propelled along a career track devised for men. The refusal by public schools’ sex-education programs to acknowledge gender differences is betraying both boys and girls. The genders should be separated for sex counseling. It is absurd to avoid the harsh reality that boys have less to lose from casual serial sex than do girls, who risk pregnancy and whose future fertility can be compromised by disease. Boys need lessons in basic ethics and moral...
  • 10 Reasons Why Camille Paglia is the Champion of the Feminist Right

    01/24/2014 12:36:13 AM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 34 replies
    PJ Lifestyle ^ | January 23, 2014 | Susan L. M. Goldberg
    She is an unabashed liberal. In a culture increasingly governed by Marxist Nomenklatura masking itself as “liberal”, conservatives should be bold enough to reclaim that much maligned political descriptor as one of our own. We are, after all, the ideological descendants of classical liberals, making the outspoken once Liberal Democrat, now Libertarian Camille Paglia the perfect match for contemporary politically conservative feminists. Can’t possibly imagine the lady who, even when she smiles, gives you a look that says, “I know you’re full of s**t,” could possibly fit in the ranks of the right wing? Here are 10 reasons why you...
  • 'There's no room for anything manly now': Paglia speaks out AGAINST the loss of masculine virtues...

    12/30/2013 12:41:59 AM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 16 replies
    The London Daily Mail ^ | December 29, 2013 | Staff
    The self-described 'dissident feminist' believes society is neutering boys of their maleness at a young age She also believes the lack of people with military experience in important positions is a recipe for disaster An avid listener of sports radio, she believes these 'are the men that would save the nation' 'Our culture doesn't allow women to know how to be womanly,' she said Paglia also recently spoke out in favor of Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson and defended his right to free speech Our society is neutering boys of their maleness at a young age, while the lack of...
  • There's no room for anything manly now, Controversial feminist Camille Paglia speaks out...

    12/29/2013 6:08:38 PM PST · by Beave Meister · 34 replies
    The Daily Mail ^ | 12/29/2013 | DAILY MAIL REPORTER
    Our society is neutering boys of their maleness at a young age, while the lack of people with military experience in important positions is a recipe for disaster, claims Camille Paglia, the controversial lesbian author and social critic. Self-described ‘dissident feminist’ Paglia, 66, believes that attempts to deny the biological distinctions between men and women is to blame for the much that is wrong with modern society. 'What you're seeing is how a civilization commits suicide’ she told the Wall Street Journal. Paglia, a professor at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, is well known for her critical views...
  • Duck Dynasty: I Wish Gays Would Stop Being So Gay About Speech That Offends

    12/22/2013 9:55:05 AM PST · by Kaslin · 50 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | December 22, 2013 | Doug Giles
    Let me see if I have this right. According to the Thought Police, Duck Dynasty’s patriarch Phil Robertson is a bigot because he said what the majority of the planet believes namely, that men prefer a woman’s yoo-hoo instead of a man’s Chattahoochee canal? I know that’s not exactly what he said during the GQ interview where he dared to tell everyone what he or she and A&E already clearly knew he thought. I merely cleaned that sentence up for the children. And by children, I mean the rabid gay adults who freak out when they read the words “vagina”...
  • Phil Robertson fired From Duck Dynasty, Backlash Continues

    12/21/2013 9:45:41 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 75 replies
    eCanada Now ^ | December 21, 2013 | Jason Marin
    A&E’s Woes Over Phil Robertson Firing Intensify with Duck Dynasty Family By firing the star of the reality show “Duck Dynasty”, the A&E Network is walking a very fine line between fans and demands from gay rights groups such as the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD). Interestingly, the lines aren’t drawn squarely between conservatives on one side and gay rights activists on the other. Noted writer and lesbian Camille Paglia has expressed outrage over the denunciation of Phil Robertson and affirmed his right to express his religious views on homosexuality. Paglia claims the moral right to speak on...
  • Paglia: Duck Dynasty uproar ‘utterly fascist, utterly Stalinist’

    12/20/2013 12:29:01 AM PST · by Impala64ssa · 46 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | 12/19/13
    The suspension of Phil Robertson from A&E’s Duck Dynasty is outrageous in a nation that values freedom, according to social critic and openly gay, dissident feminist Camille Paglia. “I speak with authority here, because I was openly gay before the ‘Stonewall rebellion,’ when it cost you something to be so. And I personally feel as a libertarian that people have the right to free thought and free speech,” Paglia, a professor at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, said on Laura Ingraham’s radio show Thursday. “In a democratic country, people have the right to be homophobic as well as...
  • It's a man's world -- And always will be.

    12/16/2013 9:14:21 PM PST · by ReaganÜberAlles · 20 replies
    Time ^ | 12/16/2013 | Camille Paglia
    "If men are obsolete, then women will soon be extinct—unless we rush down that ominous Brave New World path where females will clone themselves by parthenogenesis, as famously do Komodo dragons, hammerhead sharks, and pit vipers."
  • It’s a Man’s World, And It Always Will Be

    12/16/2013 9:38:08 PM PST · by Beave Meister · 48 replies
    Time ^ | 12/16/2013 | Camille Paglia
    If men are obsolete, then women will soon be extinct—unless we rush down that ominous Brave New World path where females will clone themselves by parthenogenesis, as famously do Komodo dragons, hammerhead sharks, and pit vipers. A peevish, grudging rancor against men has been one of the most unpalatable and unjust features of second- and third-wave feminism. Men’s faults, failings and foibles have been seized on and magnified into gruesome bills of indictment. Ideologue professors at our leading universities indoctrinate impressionable undergraduates with carelessly fact-free theories alleging that gender is an arbitrary, oppressive fiction with no basis in biology. Is...
  • Camille Paglia: Taylor Swift, Katy Perry and Hollywood Are Ruining Women

    12/06/2012 4:57:40 PM PST · by Usagi_yo · 19 replies
    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com ^ | 12/6/2012 | Camille Paglia
    The influential female academic, writing for THR, calls out their "insipid, bleached-out personas." ... Snip ...
  • Camille Paglia, who voted for Obama in '08, delivers a fine rant about why she's not voting for...

    10/29/2012 9:19:27 PM PDT · by neverdem · 19 replies
    althouse.blogspot.com ^ | October 26, 2012 | Ann Althouse
    Camille Paglia, who voted for Obama in '08, delivers a fine rant about why she's not voting for him this time. She's interviewed on video here, by Glenn Reynolds. Most of the interview is about art in America and her new book "Glittering Images" (which I just bought, in Kindle). But in the end, she's asked why she's not voting for Obama — she's voting for Jill Stein — and out flow the words, which I started transcribing without knowing how long she'd go on. I kept transcribing, because it was all such great material, so here it is (with...
  • Lady Gaga and the death of sex

    09/11/2010 7:52:31 PM PDT · by AtlasStalled · 171 replies · 1+ views
    The Sunday Times ^ | 09/11/10 | Camille Paglia
    Lady Gaga is the first major star of the digital age. * * * [D]espite showing acres of pallid flesh in the fetish-bondage garb of urban prostitution, Gaga isn’t sexy at all – she’s like a gangly marionette or plasticised android. How could a figure so calculated and artificial, so clinical and strangely antiseptic, so stripped of genuine eroticism have become the icon of her generation? Can it be that Gaga represents the exhausted end of the sexual revolution? In Gaga’s manic miming of persona after persona, over-conceptualised and claustrophobic, we may have reached the limit of an era…
  • Pelosi's victory for women

    11/10/2009 9:24:28 PM PST · by bigbob · 14 replies · 791+ views
    Salon.com ^ | Nov. 10, 2009 | Camille Paglia
    Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi scored a giant gain for feminism last weekend. In shoving her controversy-plagued healthcare reform bill to victory by a paper-thin margin, she conclusively demonstrated that a woman can be just as gritty, ruthless and arm-twisting in pursuing her agenda as anyone in the long line of fabled male speakers before her. Even a basic feminist shibboleth like abortion rights became just another card for Pelosi to deal and swap. It was a stunningly impressive recovery for someone who seemed to be coming apart at the seams last summer, when a sputtering, rattled Pelosi struggled...
  • Camille Paglia, last of the open minded liberals

    10/23/2009 11:12:50 PM PDT · by neverdem · 33 replies · 1,317+ views
    American Thinker ^ | October 24, 2009 | Danny Huddleston
    What would you call an acknowledged member of the intellectual elite who is skeptical of global warming, likes to listen to Rush Limbaugh, has an ongoing battle with the feminist establishment and is a fan of Sarah Palin? I would call her the last of the open minded liberals. Don't get the wrong idea, she's no dittohead. And she has some controversial and disturbing ideas that would be right at home in the far left universe. But what she doesn't do is blindly follow today's liberal orthodoxy. Today's liberals consist of two groups. One group includes the far left ideologues...
  • Feminist Camille Paglia: Birthers Have a Point

    09/17/2009 10:47:55 PM PDT · by kellynla · 46 replies · 2,548+ views
    wnd.com ^ | September 17, 2009 | staff
    (snip) Paglia responded: First of all, I reject the idea that the 'birther' campaign is motivated by racism. There may be racism among it, but there are legitimate questions about the documentation of Obama's birth certificate. I'm sorry, I've been following this closely from the start. To assume that all those signs about the birth controversy were motivated by racism, that is simply wrong. She continued, explaining she first came on the scene in the 1990s and has dealt with cries of sexism and homophobia, calling such battle cries "emotional" triggers. Paglia said the fact there was little racism in...
  • Paglia: ‘Birthers’ Aren’t Racist, and They Have a Point

    09/17/2009 4:11:30 PM PDT · by STARWISE · 26 replies · 2,487+ views
    Washington Independent ^ | 9-17-09 | David Weigel
    Camille Paglia, the lone Salon.com columnist who can count on her ramblings getting regular links from The Drudge Report, appeared on NPR’s “On Point” yesterday and made a spirited defense of the “birther” movement. The exchange came about 36 minutes in, after one caller to the show recounted his experiences at the 9/12 march on Washington. Paglia snapped back at him: First of all, I reject the idea that the “birther” campaign is motivated by racism. There may be racism among it, but there are legitimate questions about the documentation of Obama’s birth certificate. I’m sorry, I’ve been following this...
  • Camille Paglia Provides Much-Needed Intellectual Cred for Birthers (Going Mainstream?)

    09/17/2009 12:18:33 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 166 replies · 5,171+ views
    The Village Voice ^ | September 17, 2009 | Roy Edroso
    And you thought birtherism was just for hillbillies and Republicans! David Weigel heard Camille Paglia on NPR yesterday, where the author of Sexual Personae and UArts professor told a no doubt astonished latte-drinking audience that "there are legitimate questions about the documentation of Obama's birth certificate. I'm sorry, I've been following this closely from the start." Indeed she has; we noticed her railing on the topic as far back as November ("simple questions about the certificate were never resolved to my satisfaction"). Now that they've got a genuine intellectual on board, the birthers just need a popular entertainer to carry...
  • Too late for Obama to turn it around? (Is it Kosher, to actually find Camille Paglia inspiring?)

    09/08/2009 7:27:48 PM PDT · by Cringing Negativism Network · 38 replies · 1,389+ views
    Starting in paragraph 5, Ms. Paglia sounds more ... Republican, more aware of American liberties, and frankly far more ready to stand up and say so, than just about anyone the GOP has out there. Decide for yourselves: (full article at the link) I'm really not trying to be subversive here. I realize she's a liberal. A democrat. But she's written a homerun here:
  • Democrat Camille Paglia laments "the drift of my party toward a soulless collectivism"

    08/12/2009 10:01:27 AM PDT · by EternalVigilance · 62 replies · 1,922+ views
    America's Independent Party ^ | August 12, 2009 | camille paglia
    [As much as I hate adding hits to a liberal site like Salon, this piece is worth looking at. Even "intellectuals" on the Left can see what a disaster the Obama faction is. Thanks to Steve Schulin for the heads-up on this!] From [FReeper and MD Independent Party founder] Steve Schulin: Camille Paglia is the University Professor of Humanities and Media Studies at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. She has a monthly column at Salon.com. Much of her column today seems downright reasonable. Here are some highlights...
  • Obama's healthcare horror

    08/11/2009 9:58:59 PM PDT · by mr_hammer · 30 replies · 1,348+ views
    Salon.com ^ | Camille Paglia
    Having said that, I must confess my dismay bordering on horror at the amateurism of the White House apparatus for domestic policy. When will heads start to roll? I was glad to see the White House counsel booted, as well as Michelle Obama's chief of staff, and hope it's a harbinger of things to come. Except for that wily fox, David Axelrod, who could charm gold threads out of moonbeams, Obama seems to be surrounded by juvenile tinhorns, bumbling mediocrities and crass bully boys.
  • Obama's healthcare horror Heads should roll -- beginning with Nancy Pelosi's!

    08/12/2009 3:34:02 AM PDT · by The Wizard · 41 replies · 1,954+ views
    Salon.com ^ | Stardate: 0908.12 | By Camille Paglia
    .......But who would have thought that the sober, deliberative Barack Obama would have nothing to propose but vague and slippery promises -- or that he would so easily cede the leadership clout of the executive branch to a chaotic, rapacious, solipsistic Congress? House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, whom I used to admire for her smooth aplomb under pressure, has clearly gone off the deep end with her bizarre rants about legitimate town-hall protests by American citizens. She is doing grievous damage to the party and should immediately step down........
  • Radio Rage (Seething Conservatives update)

    05/13/2009 6:41:17 AM PDT · by MuttTheHoople · 99 replies · 2,737+ views
    Salon ^ | May 13, 2009 | Camille Paglia
    May 13, 2009 | In John Frankenheimer's taut 1964 film, "Seven Days in May," the Joint Chiefs of Staff, appalled at a disarmament treaty with the Soviet Union, plot a coup d'état to remove the president whom they regard as too soft and naive about the evil of America's enemies. The screenplay by Rod Serling (based on a 1962 novel by Fletcher Knebel and Charles W. Bailey II) is filled with passionate lines that seem right out of today's talk radio -- "intellectual dilettantes" versus patriotism; America's loss of "greatness"; the superiority of military experience to civilian judgment and governance.
  • MUST LISTEN: Camille Paglia Trashes “Immature” Democrats for Pushing Return to ‘Fairness Doctrine’

    02/17/2009 6:29:59 AM PST · by slomark · 22 replies · 1,935+ views
    (Listen) Camille Paglia, noted democrat, dissident feminist, college professor of Humanities and Media Studies, and registered Democrat whose 2000 presidential vote was Ralph Nader, slams her fellow liberals for straying away so far from the free speech ideals of the Democratic Party with their support for the Fairness Doctrine. Forward this link to your democrat representatives.
  • Sensible Liberal: Camille Paglia

    02/16/2009 8:34:19 AM PST · by EricTheRed_VocalMinority · 14 replies · 511+ views
    Vocal Minority ^ | 2/16/09 | EricTheRed_VocalMinority
    Salon editorialist Camille Paglia might very well be the last remaining liberal in the true sense of the word—as opposed to the liberty-suppressing “progressive” leftists who now occupy the White House and dominate both Congress and the mainstream media.Why? Because Paglia is actually a liberal/Democrat who opposes the “Fairness” Doctrine! I know, I know, you’re shocked. I was too. The blog Freedom’s Lighthouse posts this statement by Paglia: If there’s anything that demonstrates the straying of the Democratic Party leadership from basic liberal principles, it’s this blasted Fairness Doctrine—which should be fiercely opposed by all defenders of free speech. Except...
  • The debate on the 'fairness doctrine' is heating up(audio)

    02/15/2009 10:26:37 AM PST · by Askwhy5times · 19 replies · 676+ views
    The Intellectual Redneck ^ | February 15, 2009 | The Intellectual Redneck
    The debate on the 'fairness doctrine' is heating up(audio) American author, teacher, social critic and dissident feminist, Pamela Paglia, blasts the democrats for wanting to re-institute the so called 'fairness doctrine'. She called them 'immature' and said they want to violate the 'essence' of free speech and the 'soul' of the Democratic Party. Meanwhile, former President Bill Clinton said we need something like the 'fairness doctrine' to provide 'balance'. Is he serious? We need to provide balance to the Main Stream Media, not political comment. Audio is here. 'fairness doctrine' debate(audio)
  • Camille Paglia Blisters Democrats for Pushing Return to ‘Fairness Doctrine’ (Audio)

    02/15/2009 3:02:36 AM PST · by GonzoII · 18 replies · 1,784+ views
    "These guys, Rush and Sean and the others, have worked their way up from the bottom, from nothing!"
  • Lessons from Hurricane Camille

    09/16/2008 1:51:42 PM PDT · by Victory111 · 118+ views
    Cross Action News ^ | 9-16-08 | A.J. DiCintio
    Let’s be honest. The down-to-earth, at times radical, and always controversial libertarian Camille Paglia — nicknamed “Hurricane Camille” because of the blasts she still aims at the liberal feminist establishment — favors Obama/Biden over McCain/Palin. However, despite her Democratic leanings, Paglia stands out as one of the nation’s most important voices in exposing the perversity, danger, and superficiality of liberalism, a fact powerfully exemplified by what she has to say about Sarah Palin in a recent “Salon” piece.
  • Fresh Blood for the Vampire (Snarky? Or is she in love? Paglia on Palin)

    09/10/2008 7:27:53 AM PDT · by Mrs. Don-o · 31 replies · 237+ views
    Salon ^ | September 10, 2008 | Camille Paglia
    Rip tide! Is the Obama campaign shooting out to sea like a paper boat? It's heavy weather for Obama fans, as momentum has suddenly shifted to John McCain -- that hoary, barnacle-encrusted tub that many Democrats like me had thought was full of holes and swirling to its doom in the inky depths of Republican incoherence and fratricide. ...Having said that, I must admit that McCain is currently eating Obama's lunch....[Saddleback Church] where a surprisingly unprepared Obama met the inevitable question about abortion with shockingly curt glibness -- began his alarming slide. [snip] Pow! Wham! The Republicans unleashed a doozy...
  • Paglia on Palin: “We May Be Seeing The First Woman President”

    09/01/2008 12:13:43 PM PDT · by Bill Dupray · 29 replies · 214+ views
    The Patriot Room ^ | September 1, 2008 | Bill Dupray
    It wasn't an intentional double entendre in the title of the post (Paglia being a proud, self-proclaimed lesbian and all), but I had to tie in that Palin was the subject of the comment . . .. Anyway Camille Paglia is, by far, one of the most intelligent Democrat commentators I can think of, and even Rush Limbaugh digs her - a lot - even if she is, as Rush says, totally in the tank for Obama. I have the deepest admiration -- the most profound respect and love -- for Camille Paglia. I think Camille Paglia is absolutely brilliant...
  • Hillary without tears (Camille Paglia on why Hillary won't become President)

    01/10/2008 6:15:52 AM PST · by notbuyingit2 · 97 replies · 194+ views
    Salon.com ^ | 1/10/08 | Camille Paglia
    ...But Hillary herself, with her thin, spotty record, tangled psychological baggage, and maundering blowhard of a husband, is also a mighty big roll of the dice. She is a brittle, relentless manipulator with few stable core values who shuffles through useful personalities like a card shark ("Cue the tears!"). Forget all her little gold crosses: Hillary's real god is political expediency. Do Americans truly want this hard-bitten Machiavellian back in the White House? Day one will just be more of the same.
  • If we leave Iraq, do we lose for good?

    07/11/2007 12:05:26 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 44 replies · 1,894+ views
    Salon ^ | July 11, 2007 | Camille Paglia
    Dear Camille, To those of you against the war in Iraq, here is what you do not understand: Iraq is but one battle in the 60-plus-year ideological struggle we call "the war on terror." Do you really want to leave Iraq and wait for the enemy and ideology that dropped the World Trade Center to grow into a much stronger, deadlier and efficient killing force? Did you not understand or believe President Bush in his address to the nation on Sept. 20, 2001, when he said: "Our war on terror begins with al Qaeda, but does not end there ......
  • Real inconvenient truths (Paglia derides Gore & defends 2nd Amendment!)

    04/10/2007 10:21:39 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 3 replies · 950+ views
    Salon ^ | April 10, 2007 | Camille Paglia
    I know you are a Democrat, but you certainly have very strong libertarian opinions. I was wondering where you stand on the Second Amendment. I'm a registered Independent who, the older I get, leans more toward libertarianism. Ideally there would never have been a Bill of Rights, and all freedoms would be understood to be the rights of every American. But since we have one, the rights listed, to me at least, are sacrosanct -- all of them, not just the first and third through the tenth! I am pro-gun ownership. I have never been arrested, and the sum total...
  • Hillary vs. Obama: It's a drawl!

    03/14/2007 12:30:51 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 8 replies · 926+ views
    Salon ^ | March 14, 2007 | Camille Paglia
    Barack Obama commands respect while Hillary Clinton overacts. Plus: John Edwards' disappearing act, Mary Shelley debunked, and Ann Coulter's gender weirdness. Nerves, nerves, nerves: The contenders in both parties for the 2008 presidential nomination have been acting like skittish race-track thoroughbreds rearing and shying as their handlers try to shove them into the gates. Each campaign is super-concerned about its candidate getting distracted, winded or making a crippling misstep. What in tarnation was the Hillary Clinton camp thinking when it threw a tantrum about Hollywood producer David Geffen making a few critical remarks about her to a fagged-out media scold?...
  • Academic, Heal Thyself

    03/06/2006 3:16:19 AM PST · by ricks_place · 14 replies · 885+ views
    The New York Times ^ | 3/6/2006 | CAMILLE PAGLIA
    WHAT went wrong at Harvard? Tomorrow, Harvard's Faculty of Arts and Sciences will meet for the first time since the resignation of the university's president, Lawrence H. Summers, two weeks ago. The dean of Arts and Sciences, William Kirby, resigned in late January, reportedly after clashing with Mr. Summers. When Mr. Summers leaves on July 1, there will be a serious leadership vacuum at Harvard, which has been torn by strife during his short five-year tenure. Larry Summers, a former Treasury secretary, assumed the presidency with a high sense of mission. Determined to effect change, he took bold and confrontational...
  • An Interview with Camille Paglia

    04/09/2005 2:12:57 PM PDT · by Helms · 11 replies · 868+ views
    Bookslut ^ | April 2005 | Daniel Lester, interviewer
    April 2005 Daniel Nester features An Interview with Camille Paglia Before she became the porn-friendly pundit who pounces on Puritanical feminists and the poststructuralist powers-that-be, Paglia was a humanities professor. When I lived in Philadelphia, her students would tell me about this crazy professor who walks in with a boombox and blasts Led Zeppelin at top volume. Paglia’s academic life changed upon publication of 1990’s Sexual Personae: Art and Decadence from Nefertiti to Emily Dickinson. Her Yale dissertation published some 20 years after taking her degree, the 700-page tome remains an energetic, Freud-friendly reading of Western art, and one that,...
  • The Magic of Images: Word and Picture in a Media Age

    04/06/2004 9:53:21 PM PDT · by Russian Sage · 6 replies · 171+ views
    The Magic of Images: Word and Picture in a Media AgeCAMILLE PAGLIA Education has failed to adjust to the massive transformation in Western culture since the rise of electronic media. The shift from the era of the printed book to that of television, with its immediacy and global reach, was prophesied by Marshall McLuhan in his revolutionary Understanding Media, which at its publication in 1964 spoke with visionary force to my generation of college students in the United States. But those of us who were in love with the dazzling, darting images of TV and movies, as well as with...
  • Feminists at war over 'sex pest' professor

    02/19/2004 7:19:32 PM PST · by mondonico · 29 replies · 570+ views
    The Telegraph (UK) ^ | 2/20/04 | Marcus Warren
    America's most telegenic feminist, Naomi Wolf, has touched off a media firestorm with a forthcoming condemnation of two decades of alleged sexual harassment against women at Yale, her former university. According to advance "tasters" of the expose, she describes herself as a victim of harassment and names a senior professor as her tormentor. Her high-profile denunciation of alleged sexual misconduct at the Ivy League university has already drawn a furious response from one of her feminist sisters and another former student of the professor. Camille Paglia accused Wolf of launching a witch hunt similar to those that swept New England...
  • CAMILLE PAGLIA to guest w/ sub DRUDGE on RUSH

    11/12/2003 6:29:07 AM PST · by evets · 12 replies · 229+ views
    "DRUDGE RADIO SPECIAL, TODAY, SUB-HOSTING FOR RUSH LIMBAUGH, SPECIAL GUEST PROF. CAMILLE PAGLIA..."
  • "Camille speaks!" (Paglia: "get the troops out of Iraq NOW")

    11/02/2003 9:51:34 AM PST · by churchillbuff · 48 replies · 205+ views
    Salon via fair use ^ | Oct. 29, 03 | Paglia
    This Iraq adventure is a political, cultural and moral disaster for the United States. Every sign was there to read, but the Bush administration is run by blinkered people who are driven by ideology and who do not feel the largeness of the world and its multiplicity of religions, ethnicities and customs. Despite the multicultural ambitions of higher education in the last 25 years, there has been a massive failure in public education. Media negligence also played a huge role in this cataclysm. Throughout all of last year, as the war drums were beating, the media did not do its...
  • Camille Speaks!: Camille Paglia on Rush Limbaugh

    10/30/2003 9:44:33 AM PST · by billorites · 75 replies · 317+ views
    Salon ^ | October 29, 2003 | Kerry Lauerman
    Look, I am a longtime listener of Rush Limbaugh because I'm a fan of AM radio. I've listened to radio since childhood. I was in anguish for a week over what was happening to Rush. It began with the flap over his remarks about our Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb being "overrated" because he's black -- an ill-advised intrusion of racial controversy into a tightly scripted jock show that wasn't the right forum for political debate. Then within days, news broke of the National Enquirer's cover story on Rush's abuse of prescription pain medication. The news stunned his fans. For...
  • Praising Paglia: A lonely voice on education

    08/12/2003 1:16:32 PM PDT · by NutCrackerBoy · 25 replies · 219+ views
    National Review Online ^ | 8/12/2003 | Thomas Hibbs
    Praising Paglia A lonely voice on education. By Thomas Hibbs A caller to C-Span's In Depth on Sunday, August 3, accused the show's guest, Camille Paglia, of being a reactionary conservative and wanting to take us back to the days of "lynching." What exactly did Paglia say to merit this criticism? She issued a plea for educational reform, for a return to "fundamentals" and "great books." The caller's non sequitur was almost as outlandish as imputing the conservative label to Paglia, a devotee of the writings of the Marquis de Sade. Appearing for a marathon three-hour session, Paglia's rapid-fire speech...
  • DNC and Schwarzenegger have dirt file on Condoleezza (Condi) Rice?

    06/06/2003 8:47:46 AM PDT · by GraniteStateConservative · 83 replies · 1,149+ views
    Washington Post ^ | 6-4-03 | Lloyd Grove
    Under grilling by social critic Camille Paglia and Radar editor Maer Roshan, the proprietor of the billion-hit-a-year Drudgereport.com claims that the DNC has assembled a "really thick . . . dirt file" on Condoleezza Rice. On Rice: "Oh, she's a powerhouse! But the DNC has a dirt file on her that is really thick. Think of 'The Contender,' or those other movies that have warned what happens when a female candidate has some dirt she'd rather hide." As for the so-called "dirt file," DNC Communications Director Debra DeShong gave a non-denial denial. "We don't talk about our research," she said,...
  • Paglia in-depth ~ On C-SPAN2, 12-3 Eastern, 3 Aug

    08/03/2003 8:40:16 AM PDT · by leadpenny · 61 replies · 195+ views
    C-SPAN
    http://www.c-span.org Paglia, Camille, Professor, University of the Arts, Humanities Professor Paglia will talk about her writing and teaching career and about her books. She will respond to audience telephone calls and electronic mail. Professor Paglia is a social critic, political commentator, professor, and essayist. She is the author of four books: Sexual Personae: Art and Decadence from Nefertiti to Emily Dickinson; Sex, Art and American Culture; Vamps and Tramps; and The Birds.
  • How Far Will Good Intentions Take Hillary?

    06/19/2003 12:34:09 AM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 81+ views
    FrontPageMagazine.com ^ | Thursday, June 19, 2003 | By Camille Paglia
    How Far Will Good Intentions Take Hillary?By Camille PagliaTimes (UK) | June 18, 2003 The following review was originally published on June 13, 2003.AFTER their husbands leave the White House, First Ladies of the United States write bland, genial books about their swim in the shark-infested waters of Washington, DC. Hillary Rodham Clinton’s much-anticipated Living History follows that formula, but also breaks the mould, since its author is on an upward trajectory, her career waxing as her husband’s wanes. Hillary received a whopping $8 million (Ł4.8 million) advance for this book, a jackpot needed to defray the enormous legal fees...
  • How far will good intentions take Hillary? (Not to the White House)

    06/13/2003 6:34:08 AM PDT · by Happy2BMe · 23 replies · 168+ views
    Times Online ^ | 13 June, 2003
    How far will good intentions take Hillary?By Camille PagliaDespite or even because of the hedging and waffling in Hillary Clinton's autobiography, she is a credible presidential candidate. But she won't make the White House Hillary Clinton AFTER their husbands leave the White House, First Ladies of the United States write bland, genial books about their swim in the shark-infested waters of Washington, DC. Hillary Rodham Clinton’s much-anticipated Living History follows that formula, but also breaks the mould, since its author is on an upward trajectory, her career waxing as her husband’s wanes. Hillary received a whopping $8 million (Ł4.8...
  • The Salon Interview: Camille Paglia

    02/07/2003 12:22:57 PM PST · by andrew · 53 replies · 1,653+ views
    Salon.com ^ | 2/7/03 | David Talbot
    <p>The Salon Interview: Camille Paglia Bad omen: Why the Columbia disaster should make Bush think twice about rushing to war with Iraq.</p> <p>Camille Paglia is a rarity in the increasingly polarized world of public intellectuals, a high-profile thinker and writer who is not readily identified with any political camp or party line. She burst onto the scene in 1990 following the publication of her book, "Sexual Personae." Paglia was a rough-trade feminist not afraid to challenge the orthodoxy of the women's movement or its reigning sisterhood; a professor from a small college with no qualms about torching the Parisian academic trends then enthralling Ivy League humanities departments; a self-proclaimed "Democratic libertarian" who voted twice for Bill Clinton and then loudly denounced him for bringing shame to his office.</p>
  • The Left has lost its way and lost its voice

    08/20/2002 8:04:39 AM PDT · by Leisler · 42 replies · 298+ views
    theTimesOnline ^ | August 17, 2002 | CAMILLE PAGLIA
    The language of leftism is out of date. It desperately needs reconstruction and revitalisation, if the Left is ever to regain its proper status as a voice of ethical critique of materialistic modern society. As a registered Democrat who voted for the fringe-left Ralph Nader for President in 2000, I am well aware of the decline in prestige and effectiveness of leftist organisations since their high point in the 1960s. The large demonstrations against globalisation two years ago, for example, made scarcely a ripple in the US and have already been forgotten. One problem is that too many leftist periodicals...