Camille Anna Paglia is an academic and critic of societal issues from the United States. She rose to prominence in the 20th century and is particularly well-known for her withering criticism of the culture of the modern era. She studied at Birmingham University’s Harpur College and then went on to study at Yale University for her post graduate education. She then became a teacher at Bennington College and has also been employed as a professor at University of the Arts. However, it is as a social critic and writer that Paglia has become particularly famous; most notably because of her critical views on the existing feminist movement in the United States. In addition to that, her views on art, culture and films in the country as well as in the greater world are also taken seriously. Some of her most well- known works as a writer include ‘Free Women, Free Men’, ‘Break, Blow, Burn’, ‘Sexual Personae: Art and Decadence from Nefertiti to Emily Dickinson’, ‘Vamps and Tramps’, and ‘The Birds’. She is counted among the leading intellectuals of the world and rightly so, due to her grasp on a wide range of subjects. She is quite vocal about expressing her thoughts on various issues. Here is a collection of Camille Paglia’s most famous sayings and quotes on America, liberal, emotion, exoticism, art, decadence, responsibility, victim, sexism, socialism, truth and prostitute.