From Paglia at Spiked:
The problem with too much current feminism, in my opinion, is that even when it strikes progressive poses, it emanates from an entitled, upper-middle-class point of view. It demands the intrusion and protection of paternalistic authority figures to project a hypothetical utopia that will be magically free from offence and hurt. Its rampant policing of thought and speech is completely reactionary, a gross betrayal of the radical principles of 1960s counterculture, which was inaugurated in the US by the incendiary Free Speech Movement at the University of California at Berkeley. More.
Reality check: Paglia is often wrong, but when she gets it right, she really does.
In a world where increasing numbers have no skills anyone cares to pay for, many turn to marketing identities and grievances instead: social extortion and economic rent.
Who would want the feminist campus asshats in any position of responsibility?
See also: Artificial intelligence wants your job
Finland to introduce guaranteed annual income (possibly moving toward a fair solution)