Feminists Go After Conservative Professor, Ignore Professor Who Writes ‘Gang-Bang’ Poetry

Eric Owens | Editor

At the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, a politically conservative professor has opined on his personal webpages about abortion and gay rights issues.

A second professor at UNC Wilmington has written randy “Prof. Poon-Tang” poetry with titles including “Ménage à Bush twins” and “Did I Shave My Nuts For This?” The poetry constituted part of his Master’s thesis.

Now, a group of around 40 students at the taxpayer-funded school including members of the Feminist Student Alliance is complaining to administrators about one of the professors, saying his actions rise to the level of harassment.

Can you guess which professor?

The correct answer is the politically conservative one: Mike Adams, a professor of criminology and sociology at UNC Wilmington.

At a meeting about the plight of a campus organization for gays and lesbians, the 40 or so students said some of Adams’s writings have made them feel “uncomfortable,” according to local ABC affiliate WWAY-TV.

The topics Adams covered in these writings include gay rights and abortion. He published the writing in his spare time on a blog and on his Facebook page.

Specifically, the students said they were offended because Adams characterized pro-abortion protesters on the UNC Wilmington campus as “animals” who should be caged.

“We were really insulted by being called animals,” Hannah Gilles, a member of the Feminist Student Alliance, told WWAY. “Especially by a UNCW professor, because we figure he’s supposed to be held to a higher standard.”

Janine Iamunno, a spokeswoman at UNC Wilmington (motto: “Dare to Learn”) noted that the First Amendment protects Adams’s speech, but the public university students don’t accept this explanation.

“I want to know when does freedom of speech end and harassment begin,” student Mikaela Flemming told the ABC station. “For them, does that mean we have to wait until there is a direct threat?”

Adams told the station he was unaware of the students’ concerns.

Meanwhile, UNC Wilmington feminists do not appear to have complained about Alessandro Porco, the tenure-track English professor in their midst who exuberantly peddles decadent smut. (RELATED: UNC-Wilmington’s Porn-Loving English Professor)

In an interview at the website PopMatters.com, Porco described his first of two books, The Jill Kelly Poems, as his “book-length ode to the adult-film star affectionately referred to as ‘the anal queen.'”

The hardcore collection served as part of Porco’s Master’s thesis at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec.

“The Jill Kelly Poems eulogizes a mythic, masculine self, cherishing a Bacchus-like existence while simultaneously coming to terms with its impossibility,” the professor relates in his thesis abstract.

Apparently, for Porco, “mythically masculine” means sitting around watching tons of sports and porn. It also entails seriously fetishizing anal sex.

For an encore, Porco has penned Augustine in Carthage, and Other Poems. The title poem is a stream-of-consciousness outburst depicting “Book III of St. Augustine’s Confessions in present-day Montreal,” and conveys the “hypocrisy of spiritual conversion.”

The rest is “21 of the filthiest limericks I could think to write,” Porco said.

Lascivious ode in the collection include “Ménage à Bush twins” and “Did I Shave My Nuts For This?”

Here’s a brief excerpt from one of the poems:

“Who would say No to a gang-bang?

Who would say No to Prof. Poon-Tang?

Who would say No to my scholarly toungin?

Thank you fathers for your daughters.”

In 2014, Adams, the conservative professor, won a lawsuit against administrators who denied him a promotion because of his conservative, Christian views. A jury agreed, awarding Adams $50,000 in back pay, as well over $1 million in legal fees. (RELATED: Conservative Prof Who Was Denied Promotion Wins First Amendment Lawsuit)

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