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Camille Paglia

Led Across a Left-brain Landscape, These Women are Looking for Strong Men to Match Their Vision

Alexia Parks | Posted 03.05.2014 | Women
Alexia Parks

In a recent commentary in Time magazine, Camille Paglia singles out a small group of feminists whose views on men are well known, and then acts as if ...

Ceci n'est ni un Blog ni une Blague (This Is Neither a Blog Nor a Joke)

Ira Israel | Posted 10.14.2013 | Arts
Ira Israel

Are we witnessing a new epoch of exceptionally bright and gifted directors, writers, and actors infusing pop culture with winks to high culture or possibly converging the two?

#Boobment Sweeps The Nation

The Huffington Post | William McGuinness | Posted 01.17.2013 | College

In yet another bizarre college student mini-trend (Milking!), female students at schools across the country are showing off their cleavage their schoo...

Why The Art World Is So Loathsome

2012-07-03-slatelogo.jpg | Posted 11.29.2012 | Arts

By Simon Doonan Freud said the goals of the artist are fame, money, and beautiful lovers. Based on my artist acquaintances, I would say this holds ...

30 LGBT Artists We Love

Posted 10.13.2012 | Arts

October is LGBT History Month, and we're celebrating with our party hats on. Especially since today is National Coming Out Day! What better way to ene...

'I Don't Get Along With Lesbians': An Interview With Camille Paglia

Christina Patterson | Posted 10.30.2012 | Arts
Christina Patterson

When you read the books, which are all, apart from the one that's coming out in October, big and fat and packed with references to art, and culture, and philosophy, and religion, and written in prose that makes it all seem urgent, you can't just dismiss her as a maverick.

Lady Gaga and the Death of Sex

Lisa Kirchner | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Lisa Kirchner

What Camille Paglia's scathing article on Lady Gaga does well is illustrate a generational divide. Paglia may be consumed with sex and/or signs of its waning, but Gaga's over the whole thing.

Lady Gaga and Camille Paglia

Tom Gliatto | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Tom Gliatto

Camille Paglia has published a long piece in which she articulates her dislike for Lady Gaga. Paglia is an entertaining and brilliant cultural critic, but she has a habit of throwing out too many ideas and references and in the end securely grasping only a few.

Sex, Violence and Identity: Mad Men Season 4 Premiere

Janet Turley | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Janet Turley

Don Draper doesn't need to pay for sex. He's the dashing and distant man that brown-haired women can't resist. But last night, a prostitute strode into his apartment and smacked him around.

Viagra for Women? No Way

Joan Z. Shore | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Joan Z. Shore

Women are aroused in more subtle ways, as well we know. A little pill is not going to be a substitute for a dozen roses, a candlelight dinner, or a passionate kiss.

How Open Salon's User-Generated Content is Changing the World of Writing

Caroline Hagood | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Caroline Hagood

Open Salon is an endlessly fascinating place; like the Internet, its very structure teaches you how to interact with it, but unlike the Internet, that structure is essentially altruistic. It forces its participants to be supportive of one another.

A Feminist's U-Turn: A Torrid Tale of Disappointment and Discovery

Megan Carpentier | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Megan Carpentier

Writing about women's issues made me learn more about those issues and feminist theories about them than a classroom ever did. It also allowed reclaim the word "feminist" for myself.

Paglia: 'Birthers' Aren't Racist, And They Have A Point

washingtonindependent.com | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics

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"...

It's Not OK, Seth Rogen

Anna Wainwright | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Anna Wainwright

My love for Seth Rogen evaporated when I read an interview for his new film, Observe and Report, in which he defends the most controversial scene in the movie.

Century of Smear: Obama, Rush Limbaugh, and Wikipedia

Ashley Rindsberg | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Ashley Rindsberg

As the blogosphere becomes the place where news stories are grown and opinions are hatched, it must also take care that it's not the place where scandal-mongering and careless rumor-milling are made.

Camille Paglia: Yes, I Still Like Palin

Salon | Camille Paglia | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics

Nov. 12, 2008 | Dazed and confused. A week after the election of Barack Obama, millions of American news junkies are in serious cold turkey, the big b...