September 30, 2017 | 4:27pm
He hates law and order on the streets — but he loves it between the sheets.
The anarchist John Jay College professor who tweeted “it’s a privilege to teach future dead cops” says publicly that he despises authority and punishment, but privately he’s seeking a dominatrix to rule him with an iron fist.
Michael Isaacson’s personal profile on FetLife — an online social network for people interested in bondage, domination, sadomasochism and all manner of kink — proclaims “I need a domme” to choke, waterboard and smother him.
The naughty professor, who was suspended a few weeks ago from his job at the CUNY college for future criminal-justice professionals, proudly posts photos of himself shirtless and hogtied.
Despite his love of being restrained, the 29-year-old adjunct economics professor has consistently expressed his hatred for law enforcement, government and imprisonment.
“I critique policing as an institution which operates at the behest of a state that increasingly represents the weapons and prison industry,” he wrote to The Post.
The “antifa” advocate admits that occasionally he will act dominant in bed, but usually because of his “subby” — or submissive — eagerness to please.
When he puts on his “dom” hat, he likes “calling my subs dirty fascist lapdog whores,” he writes.
Isaacson first got involved with the kink scene to please his partners and despite “all the whips and chains,” the community is “really welcoming” and based on consent, he told The Post last week.
Posting under the moniker “FellowSpaceCadet,” he last updated his profile Monday.
Among some of his many listed fetishes is “mummification” and “puppy play.” For the uninitiated, the latter means dressing up and acting like a dog.
But, he reveals, there is one thing the educator finds sexually out-of-bounds — “teacher/student role play.”
Isaacson describes himself as “polyamorous” and “pansexual,” meaning he is looking for romantic relationships with multiple people of any gender.
The controversial academic was suspended from John Jay College on Sept. 15 after tweeting in August, “Some of ya’ll might think it sucks being an anti-fascist teaching at John Jay College but I think it’s a privilege to teach future dead cops.”
The police union demanded Isaacson be fired, and Mayor de Blasio condemned him, tweeting, “New York City won’t stand for the vile anti-police rhetoric of Michael Isaacson and neither should John Jay College.”
Isaacson told The Post he has since received a barrage of death threats, including a beheaded photo of himself.
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