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(“Pages of illustrations,” as the poet says.) Unless one understands this demonic microcosm, one will never grasp why Paglia could become notorious for banalities such as “Hetero sex is hot.” Her fundamentally sound, Catholic contra mundum instincts were still healthily at work in this madhouse: Paglia who dyked out before dyking out became part of the upper-middle class female rite of passage now rubbed a wholly fictitious heterosexuality in the faces of ten thousand pious pseudo-dykes.To grasp the beauty of Paglia’s early defiance, one must enter the bizarre world of the American university in the 1980s, when the price of admission to the guild was acceptance of obvious absurdities deemed to be virtuous.“Credo quia absurdum” was the working premise of the authorities, innocent of Latin and Church doctrine as they were.Paglia was speaking as an academic dyke, who was, if anything, more genuinely dykey than the norm but well aware that the Mills College trained lesbians of her era were merely, in the slang phrase of the era, “B. G.”: “Bisexual until graduation.” Alas, the ease with which Paglia’s contra-mundum revelations tweaked the beards of the professors seduced her.And here we encounter the paradox of American academic life: hateful as this microcosm is, it is no more than a boil on the back of an ogre, a pustulant sore on the skin of a monster.Statement of the defense: All true…but she once punched a man in the face. We will adapt Faust’s precept to say that those who spit on tweed can be saved.

She will serve as Limbaugh’s confessor for ten thousand years, his initiation in Hell.

This was a world where no one would dare to say that scientific empiricism was valid, but all were required to bow their heads when self-confessed charlatans like Lacan are invoked as if they possessed Papal infallibility.

Like all American heretics, it went without saying in this world that one spoke the necessary lies without believing them; no one was fool enough to seek medical help from Lacanian analysts when sick, for example.

She has long since forgotten the virtuous impulse to hurt the world in its most silly vanities, the first imperative of Catholic action. Verdict: It is for cases like Paglia’s that Purgatory was built.

Now she serves the ogre avidly, and wallows in its love. So rare is it for any American to strike a blow against the norm that great allowances must be made for all who do so.

All of Paglia’s allegedly contrarian, provocative insights are in context simple truths infiltrated by a made girl of the academic mafia into a closed society which forbade any truth whatsoever.