A self-proclaimed conservative group targeting college liberalism is assailing a University of Colorado course that examines gay and lesbian literature.
The Young America's Foundation, based outside Washington, DC, gives the CU course "Introduction to Lesbian, Bisexual and Gay Literature," a "dishonorable mention" in a study titled "The Dirty Dozen: America's Most Bizarre and Politically Correct College Courses.". . .
The CU course on the Foundation's hit list includes poetry by Walt Whitman, who some say was gay, as well as works of novelist Virginia Woolf, who had an affair with a woman. The syllabus also includes films such as the gay cowboy tale "Brokeback Mountain." . . .
Topping the Dirty Dozen list, Occidental College's course "The Phallus;" The University of California-Los Angeles' "Queer Musicology;" Amherst College's "Taking Marx Seriously: Should Marx be given another chance?" the University of Pennsylvania's "Adultery Novel;" and Occidental College's course "Blackness."
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