in an exclusive interview on topics ranging from what Hef's choice of the bunny costume revealed about him to the current "dreary" state of relationships between the sexes.Have you ever been to a party at the Playboy Mansion? () So let me just ask: Was Hugh Hefner a misogynist? The central theme of my wing of pro-sex feminism is that all celebrations of the sexual human body are positive.Second-wave feminism went off the rails when it was totally unable to deal with erotic imagery, which has been a central feature of the entire history of Western art ever since Greek nudes.So let's dig in a little — what would you say was 's cultural impact?(And I'm speaking here as a Democrat who voted for Bernie Sanders and Jill Stein!) Ultimately every culture seems to return to sexual polarization because it may be in the best interest of human beings, whether we like it or not.
Part of his nationwide support seems to be coming from his bold defense of his own maleness.With the sexes so bored with each other, all that's left are these feminist witch-hunts. And American women don't know what they want any longer.In general, French women — the educated, middle-class French women, I mean — seem to have a feminine composure, a distinct sense of themselves as women, which I think women in America have gradually lost as they have won job equality in our high-pressure career system.What could today's media learn from what Hef did at ?It must be remembered that Hefner was a gifted editor who knew how to produce a magazine that had great visual style and that was a riveting combination of pictorial with print design.
But it has to be said that in terms of world history, the taste for and interest in androgyny is usually relatively brief.