Dear UNC-Wilmington Board of Trustees:
The other day I was sitting in my office, minding my own business, when I received a nasty email from UNCW student (name deleted). She was angry about one of my recent articles and said that people like me (read: conservatives) should not be allowed to reproduce. She sent me the nasty email using the university computing system. For future reference, her email address is (deleted)@uncw.edu.
But (name deleted) apparently decided that one email wasn?t sufficient to make her point. A couple of days later, when I went to check my mailbox, I found two condoms, each with the name ?planned parenthood? printed on the wrapper. Apparently, this student really doesn?t want me to reproduce!
(Name deleted)?s use of Planned Parenthood condoms was especially offensive to me. As you may know, Planned Parenthood is viewed by some conservatives the same way that blacks view the KKK or that Jews view the Nazi Party. Of course, such comparisons are invalid, given that Planned Parenthood has murdered far more innocent people than the KKK and the Nazi Party combined.
After I tossed the condoms in the trash, I went back to my office only to discover that the phrase ?Insensitive A**h**es? had been placed atop the ?Men?s Resource Center? (MRC) sign on my office door. As you may know, in 2003, I designated my office as an MRC because I felt that men needed a safe place to hide from angry feminists who patrol our campus looking for someone to falsely accuse of rape or sexual harassment. Without this ?safe zone? there would be no place for victims of feminist terrorism to get the love and support that they need, while working in a hostile environment.
To make matters worse, (name deleted) also appears to have posted an offensive missive next to the ?Insensitive A**h**es? sign. The missive warns of a ?psycho a**h**e? who is ?cunning,? ?manipulative,? and ?dangerous.? It closes with a warning that the ?psycho a**h**e must never be allowed to reproduce.? Too bad I tossed out those condoms.
Of course, when one considers the content of the email, the placement of the condoms in my mailbox, and both the sign and missive posted on my door, there can be little doubt that a hate crime has taken place. And, undoubtedly, (name deleted) is our principal suspect.
Unlike my feminist colleagues, who demand castration and death for first-time perpetrators of any ?hate crime,? I want to give university officials a couple of options to help them deal with this unpleasant situation.