Liberal Feminist Camille Paglia says “Transgender Mania” is a Sign of Cultural Collapse

Camille Paglia is an “old school” feminist who has remained loyal to the liberal theories she espoused in the 60’s, 70’s, and 80’s. Because of her loyalty to traditional feminism, she commonly eschews most of the current trends in liberal feminism, including the embrace of transgender insanity and the fascist devotion to political correctness. In fact, Paglia is often attacked from the left for not being politically correct enough and for speaking out in defense of masculinity.

In a recent talk she gave at “the Battle of Ideas” conference in the UK, Paglia made many liberals uncomfortable when she explained why the current “transgender mania” was very bad for the West, why political correctness was a scourge on society, and why traditional masculinity is a very good thing.

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