And, of course, contemporary feminism of whichever "wave" you care to mention is basically just one arm of the left, with little actual relationship to the stated goals of feminism. And again in the quibcag, Camille Paglia shows contempt for the basic rainbows-and-unicorns "play nice" dogma of the left.
All this, you could say, comes down to realism: Camille Paglia is a realist. Standard mainstream feminism, like standard mainstream everything else these days, is not realistic, and takes pride in being unrealistic, though they like to call it being "idealistic." This interview is from the Wall Street Journal [link]: