Culture critic Camille Paglia had some tough words for feminists, "rape culture" activists and especially former President Bill Clinton in her recent interview with Salon.

Paglia first compared the accusations against comedian Bill Cosby with those made against Clinton, claiming that the latter will eventually hurt Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.

"Right from the start, when the Bill Cosby scandal surfaced, I knew it was not going to bode well for Hillary's campaign, because young women today have a much lower threshold for tolerance of these matters," Paglia said.

She said that in the 90s, Clinton got away with being accused by multiple women "because he was a Democrat" and "supported abortion rights." But young women today don't remember Clinton's time in office, so as the accusations come back into the mix as Hillary makes her presidential bid, it will be more difficult for him to retain support.

The way Hillary acted toward Bill Clinton's accusers would be unacceptable by today's standards, Paglia said.

"Hillary has a lot to answer for, because she took an antagonistic and demeaning position toward her husband's accusers," she said. "So it's hard for me to understand how the generation of Lena Dunham would or could tolerate the actual facts of Hillary's history."

Though Paglia – and many on the Right – believe there are similarities between Bill Clinton and Bill Cosby, at least one of Cosby's accusers sees "no parallel."

On feminism, Paglia excoriated the modern-day practice of believing "men are at fault for everything and women are utterly blameless." She specifically called out Emma Sulkowicz – the woman who carried around a mattress at Columbia University for wallowing in victimhood.

"I call it 'mattress feminism.' Perpetually lugging around your bad memories–never evolving or moving on!" Paglia said. "It's like a parody of the worst aspects of that kind of grievance-oriented feminism."

She described her brand of feminism as "amazon" or "street-smart feminism," the idea that you learn to defend yourself and take responsibility for your choices.

In addition, Paglia said she would have given Sulkowicz a "D" for her mattress project.

I highly suggest you read the full interview.