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Quote template: For I conclude that the enemy is not lipstick, but guilt itself; we deserve lipstick, if we want it, AND free speech. ―Naomi Wolf (Created by Visual Paradigm Online's Quote maker)
Quote template: For I conclude that the enemy is not lipstick, but guilt itself; we deserve lipstick, if we want it, AND free speech. ―Naomi Wolf (Created by Visual Paradigm Online's Quote maker)
Quote template: For I conclude that the enemy is not lipstick, but guilt itself; we deserve lipstick, if we want it, AND free speech. ―Naomi Wolf (Created by Visual Paradigm Online's Quote maker)
Quote template: For I conclude that the enemy is not lipstick, but guilt itself; we deserve lipstick, if we want it, AND free speech. ―Naomi Wolf (Created by Visual Paradigm Online's Quote maker)

For I conclude that the enemy is not lipstick, but guilt itself; we deserve lipstick, if we want it, AND free speech. ―Naomi Wolf

For I conclude that the enemy is not lipstick, but guilt itself; we deserve lipstick, if we want it, AND free speech; we deserve to be sexual AND serious—or whatever we please. We are entitled to wear cowboy boots to our own revolution. —Naomi Wolf

Who is Naomi Wolf

Following her first book The Beauty Myth (1991), she became a leading spokeswoman of what has been described as the third wave of the feminist movement. Feminists including Gloria Steinem and Betty Friedan praised her work. Others, including Camille Paglia, criticized it. In the 1990s, she was a political advisor to the presidential campaigns of Bill Clinton and Al Gore. Wolf's later books include the bestseller The End of America in 2007 and Vagina: A New Biography. Critics have challenged the quality and accuracy of the scholarship in her books; her serious misreading of court records for Outrages (2019) led to its US publication being cancelled. Wolf's career in journalism has included topics such as abortion and the Occupy Wall Street movement in articles for media outlets such as The Nation, The New Republic, The Guardian, and The Huffington Post.

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Political Consultant

Wolf was involved in Bill Clinton's 1996 re-election bid, brainstorming with the president's team about ways to reach female voters. Hired by Dick Morris, she wanted Morris to promote Clinton as "The Good Father", and a protector of "the American house". She met with him every few weeks for nearly a year, Morris wrote in his book about the campaign, Behind the Oval Office. The advice she gave was without payment, Morris said in November 1999, as Wolf was fearful the knowledge of her involvement in the campaign might have negative consequences for Clinton. During Al Gore's bid for the presidency in the 2000 election, Wolf was hired to work as a consultant. Wolf's ideas and participation in the Gore campaign generated considerable media coverage. According to a report by Michael Duffy and Karen Tumulty in Time, Wolf was paid a salary of $15,000 per month "in exchange for advice on everything from how to win the women's vote to shirt-and-tie combinations." Wolf's direct involvement in the Time article was unclear; she declined to be interviewed on the record.

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