Camille Paglia

Camille Paglia: The Modern Campus Cannot Comprehend Evil

Paglia is the author of Glittering Images: A Journey Through Art From Egypt to Star Wars. Young women today do not understand the fragility of civilization and the constant nearness of savage nature. The disappearance of University of Virginia ...

Camille Paglia thinks rape is intrinsic to men's nature — and a lot of men ...

The Daily Caller praised it as, “Camille Paglia Gloriously Smacks Down Feminists' Unserious Campus Rape Drivel.” To me, a more accurate assessment would be something like, “Camille Paglia Gloriously Says That Rape Is an Intrinsic Part of Men's Nature ...

Camille Paglia Pays Tribute to Joan Rivers: From "Scorching Candor" to ...

Author and critic Camille Paglia has previously chronicled, in the pages of The Hollywood Reporter, how Joan Rivers has "shown generations of women how to command a stage and make it your own." Upon the news of Rivers passing on Thursday, THR ...

Camille Paglia's Prescient Meltdown

Camille Paglia is an American author, social critic, liberal democrat and Obama supporter. Paglia, a self-described “dissident feminist”, has been a professor at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pa. since 1984. With a gushing schoolgirl ...

Camille Paglia: College Females Clueless about 'Sexy Clothes' and Males ...

In a Time magazine commentary, dissident feminist Camille Paglia cites the tragic case of missing college student Hannah Graham to suggest that sexual assault campaigns on campuses across the nation “obscure” real dangers to women. The “modern ...

Camille Paglia on Shakespeare, sexuality and gender

With someone as straightforward as Paglia, it's a good idea to jump into the deep end of the conversational pool so we start by asking what she thinks of the most controversial female character in all of Shakespeare: Katherine in The Taming of the Shrew.

Around Town: A system is in place for justice

Professor Camille Paglia agrees: “Colleges should stick to academics and stop their infantilizing supervision of students' dating lives, an authoritarian intrusion that borders on violation of civil liberties. Real crimes should be reported to the ...

Members Only: An Ode to the Phallus (Written by a Lesbian)

Like the feminist art critic Camille Paglia, I endorse the penis—not simply to distinguish myself from sex-negative, anti-male feminists, but to assert my identity as an aesthete, free to respond to human beauty in its various forms. As Paglia told ...

Women Have a Role to Play In Ending Rape

Feminist and cultural commentator Camille Paglia recently discussed the terrible danger of feminine obliviousness to their innate vulnerability and their cavalier attitude about the sexual power they wield. In the wake of UVA student Hannah Graham's ...

The joker and his disguises

But a more nuanced view comes from Camille Paglia, who responded to the charge that Hitchcock was "clearly a misogynist" with a discussion about the push-pull relationship - adoration mixed with fear - that male artists from Michelangelo downwards have ...