Dec 11, 2015
The cultural critic Camille Paglia rightly skewered the clownish #girlsquad antics of Taylor Swift. There’s very little feminism in it.Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/Lm5pU
Today in zeitgeisty outrage we have Camille Paglia, scolding our Insta trends from the sweet spot between FOMO and fear of a female planet. The iconic social critic, and feminist that feminists love to hate, wrote a takedown of Taylor Swift's #GirlSquad gimmick in The Hollywood Reporter.
The critic used Swift's now-legendary parade of A-list besties to make a point about female support structures
To hold the pop star’s stage production up as a symbol of failed modern feminism is ridiculous – her fans have paid for a concert, not a panel discuss
Girl squads were a hashtag summer craze that may have staying power. Blogs and magazines featured intricate star charts of the constellations of celebrity gal pals clustering around Taylor Swift, Cameron Diaz, Lena Dunham or Tina Fey.
Feminist Camille Paglia ripped Taylor Swift and her "squad" in an editorial this week, calling it "silly," and urged women to behave more like men.
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