” According to Sontag, “camp” is the “love of the unnatural: of artifice and exaggeration. ” It represents the “solvent of morality” and “neutralizes moral indignation, sponsors playfulness. ” Sontag said something similar in her essay: Camp is a “sensibility that, among other things, converts the serious into the frivolous. ” You don’t understand the “irony. Camp doesn’t build beauty; it tears it down, drags it through the dust, and then laughs. The white race is the cancer of human history. And those in the middle of the country aren’t wrong.