Porn Scholar Assaults Pro-Life Teen Protesting in the Free Speech Zone

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Porn Prof Mireille Miller-Young

This story was first reported by The College Fix and it’s quite a story.

Two teen pro-life students Thrin and Joan Short organized a peaceful pro-life outreach with 11 friends from Thomas Aquinas College on the campus of the University of Santa Barbara using signs with graphic images of aborted fetuses. The signs were used to initiate conversations.

This was all going on in the “free speech” zone since colleges no longer allow free speech just anywhere.

Apparently, free speech can be a problem in the free speech zone also.

An Associate Professor of black cultural studies, pornography and sex work, went bonkers and assaulted the two girls. She grabbed the pro-life sign from Thrin, took off with the sign, and then assaulted Thrin Short after Thrin followed the nutty professor to retrieve her sign. This happened while the Porn Prof attempted to hide from police.

The sign was later found destroyed.

You can’t make this stuff up.

UC Santa Barbara police are completing their report to be submitted for prosecution.

“This is probably the most extreme reaction we have seen in a while,” Garza said Tuesday in an interview with The College Fix, adding most of the time upset students just name call or steal pamphlets. “We want this prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.”

Thrin Short has it all on videophone. By the way, this young victim is only 16-years old.

This happened March 4 and the video hasn’t been released yet.

Professor Mireille Miller-Young is an associate professor whose area of emphasis is black cultural studies, pornography and sex work, according to her faculty webpage.

There’s more. She specializes in: Pornography; Sex Work; Black Film, Popular Culture and Art; Feminist & Queer Theory; African American & African Diaspora Studies; Visual Archives; New Media; Ethnography; Oral History

Her dissertation was “A Taste for Brown Sugar: The History of Black Women in American Pornography,” which examines African American women’s representation and labor in pornographic media.

She is an editor of The Feminist Porn Book: The Politics of Producing Pleasure (The Feminist Press, 2013), with Constance Penley, Celine Parreñas Shimizu, and Tristan Taormino. Her book is a finalist for the Lambda Literary Award, an LGBT award.

In addition, she has written essays for The New York TimesFeminist TheoryColorlines, Re-Public.com, Cut-Up.com,and $pread, a sex worker magazine. Miller-Young is also working on a documentary film on black women in the porn industry, and a visual archive project called The Black Erotic Archive. Miller-Young has been interviewed for numerous books, articles, radio programs, and documentaries, including NPR’s “News and Notes” with Farai Chideya.

You can hear her here, she doesn’t sound as you would expect her to sound unless you were expecting a very young person, like really young:

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