Professor at public university plans 'Penis Monologues' in response to 'Vagina Monologues'

Timothy Dionisopoulos
Former Reporter

Dr. Mike Adams plans the 'penis monologues' as a response to the 'vagina monologues' program.

A professor at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington (UNCW) says he plans to host his own "Penis Monologues" in response to the popular play, the "Vagina Monologues."

Dr. Mike Adams, a professor of criminology at UNCW, described the upcoming event in an op-ed on the conservative blog, Clash Daily, on Tuesday, writing, possibly in jest, that he plans the event for June, 2014.

"On June 6, 2014, at my university, UNC-Wilmington, I’m proud to be sponsoring our first annual penis monologues," wrote Adams. "It will be complete with numerous monologues such as 'The Little Hoo Hoo Dilly That Could' and 'My Angry White Hoo Hoo Dilly.'

"[A]s far as I’m concerned, they can have V-Day all to themselves."   

We’ll even hang signs on the wall saying 'Hoo hoo dillies unite!' and 'No cha chas allowed!,'” he wrote.

Adams ended the piece by criticizing the nature of these types of events.

“The feminists have had a nice run for a few years," he wrote, referencing the Vagina Monologues. "[A]s far as I’m concerned, they can have V-Day all to themselves.

"We’ll have our revenge on D-Day," he added. "How dare the feminists dominate the realm of intellectual sterility, public indecency, and puerile vulgarity! There’s no better way to create equality than to have everyone take a dive into the academic cesspool.”

Adams did not respond to a request for comment in time for publication. 

H/T: The College Fix

Editor's note: The author of this story hosted Dr. Adams for a speech at Providence College in spring, 2010. Adam's sometimes serves as guest faculty for the Leadership Institute, which owns Campus Reform. 

Timothy Dionisopoulos

Timothy Dionisopoulos

Former Reporter
Tim Dionisopoulos is a former reporter for Campus Reform and communications editor in the Leadership Institute's Campus Leadership Program. Tim joined Campus Reform in the summer of 2011, and his stories were cited or re-posted on the Daily Mail, the Drudge Report, Fox News, and other national media outlets. Tim graduated in 2011 from Providence College in Rhode Island where he was politically active on campus and in the community.
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