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The Future of Feminism: Take Two

I recently had a post up of my book review of Camille Paglia's new book Free Women, Free Men: Sex, Gender, Feminism at the New Criterion. At the time I wrote the post, the review was behind a paywall but I noticed that it is now available in full.

Here is a sample of what I have to say about Paglia's book:

What I admire most about Paglia is her ability to see the invisible men who toil for society’s benefit, oftentimes for the very women themselves who freely bash and denigrate them in a variety of ways. Paglia calls these male-bashers out for the hypocrites that they are; she takes a contrarian position against such feminist icons as Anita Hill, Catharine MacKinnon, and Andrea Dworkin. These takedowns alone are worth the price of her new book.

You can read the entire review here.