December 31, 2013
Camille Paglia Doesn’t Understand How Civilizations Commit Suicide

Camille Paglia says the end may be near. “What you’re seeing is how a civilization commits suicide,” she said in an interview with The Wall Street Journal. 
The interviewer supplies the necessary context. “Her indictment may be as surprising as it is wide-ranging,” Bari Weiss writes. “The military is out of fashion, Americans undervalue manual labor, schools neuter male students, opinion makers deny the biological differences between men and women, and sexiness is dead.”
I submit that she is exactly wrong.
Read more. [Image: U.S. Armed Forces]

Camille Paglia Doesn’t Understand How Civilizations Commit Suicide

Camille Paglia says the end may be near. “What you’re seeing is how a civilization commits suicide,” she said in an interview with The Wall Street Journal. 

The interviewer supplies the necessary context. “Her indictment may be as surprising as it is wide-ranging,” Bari Weiss writes. “The military is out of fashion, Americans undervalue manual labor, schools neuter male students, opinion makers deny the biological differences between men and women, and sexiness is dead.”

I submit that she is exactly wrong.

Read more. [Image: U.S. Armed Forces]

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