Real Housewife Ana Quincoces and Camille Paglia hanging at the Bravo Clubhouse with Andy Cohen, Thursday. (Bravo TV)
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Salon writer Camille Paglia joins Bravo's Andy Cohen to talk about the impact "Real Housewives" has on feminism
November 16, 2012 9:04PM (UTC)
Last night, Salon contributor and "Glittering Images" author Camille Paglia joined Bravo's Andy Cohen to share her thoughts about the impact the "Real Housewives" series has on radical feminism.
Here, Paglia breaks down how the Housewives have helped women with "the fabulosity of their sexual power."
Taking a question from a fan, Paglia argues that "Real Housewives" helps to redefine feminism:
Here, Paglia singles out the housewife she finds the most socially acceptable — and the one she finds most reprehensible:
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