"Camille Anna Paglia" is an American academic and social critic. Paglia, a self-described dissident Feminism/feminist, has been a professor at the University of the Arts (Philadelphia)/University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, since 1984. The New York Times has described her as "first and foremost an educator".
She is the author of Sexual Personae/Sexual Personae: Art and Decadence from Nefertiti to Emily Dickinson (1990) and a collection of essays, Sex, Art, and American Culture (1992). Her other books and essays include an analysis of Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds (film)/The Birds, and Break, Blow, Burn (2005) on poetry. Her most recent book is 2012's Glittering Images. She is a critic of American feminism and of Post-structuralism/post-structuralist theory as well as a commentator on multiple aspects of Culture of the United States/U.S. social culture such as its Visual art of the United States/visual art, Music of the United States/music, and Film in the United States/film history.If you enjoy these quotes, be sure to check out other famous writers! More Camille Paglia on Wikipedia.
Prostitution is not just a service industry, mopping up the overflow of male demand, which always exceeds female supply. Prostitution testifies to the amoral power struggle of sex, which religion has never been able to stop. Prostitutes, pornographers, and their patrons are marauders in the forest of archaic night.Camille Paglia