Camille Paglia

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Camille Paglia
Camille Paglia (born 2 April 1947 in Endicott, New York) is a leading American feminist academic, and an outspoken and often inopportune critic of anti-sex values, especially as applied to Boylove. Since 1984, Paglia has been a Professor at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

On homosexuals

"Contemporary gays who try to distance themselves from this issue of boy-love are in effect committing cultural suicide. They're cutting themselves off from all the highest achievements of gay men..... Because I am a woman, and therefore I cannot be charged with man-boy love, I felt I had a moral obligation - and I don't recognize morality in most areas of life - a moral obligation to speak out against this kind of persecution in puritan Protestant culture, this persecution of a sensibility that as far as I can see has been intertwined with the highest achievements of art and intellect since the period of classical Athens".[1]

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References

  1. http://home.wanadoo.nl/ipce/library_two/files/paglia_guide.htm