Hugo Schwyzer appeared on "The Ricki Lake Show" in Oct. 2012

This self-professed “male feminist” and pornography fan can now officially claim the title of “the most famous college professor in the world” following an epic sex-filled rant on Twitter.

In his stream of more than 130 tweets in an hour on Friday, Pasadena City College history professor Hugo Schwyzer claimed he planned to have sex with porn star James Deen during the adult-film actor’s guest lecture on campus earlier this year.

“Yes, I wanted to have my students watch me screw James Deen,” he tweeted.

Schwyzer said Deen, the star of more than 1,000 adult films, was invited to deliver the lecture in his “Navigating Pornography” class because he is “widely recognized as one of the college’s most famous alumni.”

According to Campus Reform, Schwyzer canceled the controversial class after Deen’s appearance and announced he would be taking a leave of absence to enter psychological rehab because of the negative media attention the class received.

Porn star James Deen

In his epic Twitter meltdown last week, Schwyzer, claimed he had successfully used classroom invitations to bed porn stars in the past.

“I f—ed porn stars I met through my classes,” he tweeted.

In another tweet, he confessed to building a career “on fraudulent pretenses,” to being an addict and to teaching feminism with no specialization or degree in the field. He also admitted to bedding female students and having sex to gain promotions at work.

“Sometimes, I f—-d my way into a gig,” he tweeted.

Schwyzer offered the disclaimer that the tweets were the product of a “manic episode” he was experiencing. “Let me be clear: I have a serious mental illness. But that is an explanation, not an excuse, for the harm I’ve inflicted,” he wrote.

Last month, the 46-year-old married professor admitted to ignoring his own advice by sexting with a 27-year-old sex worker activist.

Schwyzer talked about his Twitter tirade in an interview with the Daily Beast.

Why haven’t you deleted those Twitter comments if you regret them?

I don’t have the power to delete it anymore. I gave up my Twitter password while I was in the hospital. I was pulled away from the computer by the police because someone had called me in as potentially suicidal.

Are you suicidal? Are you OK?

At the moment, don’t worry. I am periodically suicidal. I have been hospitalized three times in the past month.

But as we are talking, you are getting whatever treatment you need?

I  am under a lot of care, and right now as we talk I am extremely medicated.

College administrators, meanwhile, have condemned some of Schwyzer’s actions, but fallen short of firing him.

This is “clearly not the type of conduct we want from any of our professors or faculty,” Trustee Bill Thomson told the Pasadena Star News.

“It’s unlike Mr. Wiener where he has to face the electorate,” Thompson added. “We face a number of lawful constraints in what we can do.”

 

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