Camille Paglia captures all her best provocations, smoke bombs, and sturdy anti-establishmentarianism in this collection of essays, opening with excerpts from her hefty and admittedly groundbreaking Sexual Personae (1990) and ending with recent publications on Salon.com affirming her stance on … Continue reading
Depending on how you look at it, feminism has either become more acceptable and mainstream, or it continues to be perceived by most young women as a radical dogma that requires one to forego personal grooming and to revile men. … Continue reading
I’m doing it again. The days are shorter, the nights are longer, and there is more time to snuggle on the couch reading. I could be diving into all the wonderful new literary fiction that’s out there (just found Margaret … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: This post, our newest The Feminists are Teaching feature, is the first in a series of three to showcase work done by junior scholars in the Integrative Humanities class taught by Dr. Meriem Pages at Keene State College, … Continue reading
Not since Vicki Glembocki’s The Second Nine Months have I read a book that so gratefully and necessarily delivered me from the slog of sentiment, shoulds, unhelpful advice, and ubiquitous judgment that is so encrusted around virtually every mainstream image … Continue reading
This gallery contains 1 photo.
I, like everybody, have an opinion about the outrage that has followed release of the videos entrapping Planned Parenthood officials into talking about their use of fetal tissue, videos we all realize were gained under the use of false pretenses, … Continue reading