After I wrote an article criticizing that decision, I came under fire from many people, including Bruce Michaels, the Director of UNCG's Office of Student Life.
Relying on numerous reports from people who spoke to Michaels
and from comments he
made in news interviews, I learned that Bruce
was accusing me of lying in my coverage of the recent UNCG controversy.Here's one news excerpt dealing with the negative PR that UNCG
experienced after my column about the porn star, oops, I mean, sexual health expert:
"The letters, calls and complaints were mostly from people who were misinformed, because of Mike Adams' column" said Michaels
One of the "lies" Bruce
accused me of proffering was a reference I made to Taormino as a porn star.
Now that I have had time to think about it, I realize that Bruce
But my good friend Bruce Michaels
still insisted that her
first visit (funded by student fees) was perfectly appropriate.
Well, believe it or not, after reading the reviews of the return of the self-described "poster girl for anal sex," I am convinced that Bruce Michaels
is right again!I have been forced to change my mind due to the intelligent questions she
fielded from the audience on her
return visit to UNCG
.For example, one person asked the size of the largest male sex organ that had ever been used to sodomize the health expert.Her
answer was thirteen inches.Isn't that a healthy practice that only a "sexual health expert" could discuss with a bunch of college students?
I have to take my hat off to Bruce Michaels
superior moral judgment is paving the way for a brighter future in higher education.The Board of Trustees should give him a pay-raise effective immediately.Although all of this talk about anal sex has caused some to refer to UNCG
as "UNC-Gomorrah," at least their "sexual health experts" encourage people to wear condoms.Because of that, I guess there's no chance that UNCG
will be referred to as UNC-Gonorrhea.Since I have obviously been unfair to Bruce Michaels, I am hereby calling for a truce with the Director of UNCG's Office of Student Life.
In fact, I am going to do more than call for a truce.I am going to send this column to Governor Mike Easley asking that Bruce Michaels
be given special recognition for raising the quality of student life at UNCG
Most of all, they can be right there in close contact with UNCG's
Office of Student Life, led by Bruce Michaels