NY ‘Professor’ Who Had Meltdown Over Gavin McInnes Makes Vile ‘Lobster Porn’

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By Ian Miles Cheong | 8:06 am, February 7, 2017
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The recent “Antifa” protest of conservative personality Gavin McInnes in New York City was not without an upside. Antifa are a group of self-styled anti-fascism activists who align with anarchism.

One of its greatest gifts was the video of an irate woman’s profanity-laden rant at the NYPD. The woman who condemned the police for arresting violent protesters self-identified as a “professor,” as if her words carried more weight with the declaration.

It didn’t take long for Internet sleuths to uncover her identity. Rebecca Goyette, an artist who produces feminist art, is an adjunct for colleges in New York. Goyette gave an interview with RT America, confirming her identity.

She told the Russian-owned outlet that she was there to protest the police for their arrests and shared her belief that the police were there to support McInnes and not the students who were there to protest his event.

Rebecca Goyette

“You’re not here to protect these students from Nazis,” yelled Goyette in her now-infamous tirade. “This is completely fucked up!”

Addressing the crowd, Goyette called the police “fucking assholes” and accused them of being “proud boys”—supporters of McInnes.

“These are kids who are trying to learn about humanity,” said Goyette of the adult protesters who showed up to violently disrupt the event with pepper spray. “They’re trying to learn about human rights. And I guess racism and xenophobia, and LGBTQ rights, and you’re letting these fucking neo-Nazis near here. You should kick their ass.”

Goyette, who lists her position as a lecturer and museum educator for the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, hosts some of her artistic creations on her website. Her art consists almost entirely of weird feminist lobster-themed video pornography with titles like Masshole Love, Lobstapus/Lobstapussy, and Touch My Hull. The links are not safe for work.

In the videos and still photos, Goyette dresses up in a variety of low-rent lobster costumes and has simulated sex with various men wearing prosthetic penises.

The artist also produced an “empowering feminist porno” called Ghost Bitch: Arise from the Gallows to honor her ancestor who died during the Salem Witch Trials.

So what’s the point of all this? In her own words:

Many know her as Lobsta Girl, and Goyette has filmed her interspecies pornos detailing the sex lives of lobsters internationally. Originally, Goyette adopted the sexually aggressive female lobster as a primary character she performed live to promote female agency.

We don’t care if you’re really into watersports (lobsters communicate by urinating on each other’s faces) and sticking your pleodods into lobster people, but dressing it up as an artistic message to promote feminism doesn’t make it easy for anyone to take your message seriously.

As for the tirade? It was about as effective as splashing pee in someone’s face.

Ian Miles Cheong is a journalist and outspoken media critic. You can reach him through social media at @stillgray on Twitter and on Facebook.

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