Emma Sulkowicz, aka 'Mattress Girl,' makes a porno reenacting her 'rape'

The story of Emma Sulkowicz, the Columbia University student who accused a fellow student, Paul Nungesser of rape, is now well-known thanks to a Daily Beast piece. Nungesser was subjected to an extralegal proceeding at Columbia during which he was eventually cleared of the rape charge and some other sexual misconduct charges. While Nungesser is still being found guilty in the media, Sulkowicz began to carry the mattress upon which she claimed to have been raped around campus as part protest, part performance art project, part harassment against Nungesser. The American Thinker reported on Saturday that Sulkowicz, aka Mattress Girl, has delivered a new art project, a soft core porno video entitled This is Not Rape.Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty ImagesThe porno is apparently a reenactment of the sexual encounter from Sulkowiczs perspective. A man, whose face is blurred out, starts to have consensual sex with her on the very mattress that she carried around campus for months. The sex becomes violent and ugly. The unidentified man open-palm slaps Sulkowicz, chokes her, removes the condom, then continues to have very rough sex with Sulkowicz, who whimpers and http://Kristina-Rose.easyxblogs.com - http://Kristina-Rose.easyxblogs.com - protests from pain.To some Sulkowicz remains a feminist icon, a rape victim who has be betrayed by the system and has not received justice for a crime perpetrated against her. To others, she represents all that is wrong about the rape culture hysteria that exists on too many college campuses. Rape is a serious crime that scars its victims for life. However, activists like Mattress Girl are trivializing rape with their antics, often with the active participation of university authorities.In the meantime, as the German newspaper Zeit reports, Nungesser has filed suit against Columbia University. Despite being cleared of the heinous charges of a rapist and sexual predator, Nungesser is still being subjected to harassment by Sulkowiczs supporters. The university, thus far, has not taken any steps to stop the harassment. The case is a strange story of how an accused rapist became the real victim. Such is the topsy turvey world in which modern university students live.