- Jul 19, 2012
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Camille Paglia: Blame for this fiasco falls squarely upon the New York Times editors who delegated to two far too young journalists, Michael Barbaro and Megan Twohey, the complex task of probing the glitzy, exhibitionistic world of late-twentieth-century beauty pageants, gambling casinos, strip clubs, and luxury resorts. Neither Barbaro, a 2002 graduate of Yale, nor Twohey, a 1998 graduate of Georgetown University, had any frame of reference for sexual analysis aside from the rote political correctness that has saturated elite American campuses for nearly 40 years. Their prim, priggish formulations in this awkwardly disconnected article demonstrate the embarrassing lack of sophistication that passes for theoretical expertise among their over-paid and under-educated professors.
Feminists and SJW-types generally are — as the “Shirtstorm Experiment” demonstrates — a tiny, unimportant minority except for the bullhorn they are given by the media. Ordinary people don’t like them, or care about what they think. If Trump’s candidacy does nothing more than make that clear, it will have made a significant contribution.
Instapundit » Blog Archive » CAMILLE PAGLIA: PC feminists misfire again, as fearful elite media can?t touch Donald Trump. F?
As Milo Yiannopoulos said, the SJW movement is at the peak of it's influence, and it is losing because ordinary people don't like their nonsense.