Canon fodder

Bawer, Bruce
May 1995
Advocate;5/16/95, Issue 681, p80
Stresses that not all gay men respond powerfully to the same stuff due to difference in taste and gay culture. Taste not a direct consequence of homosexuality; Opposition on totalitarianism of gay culture; Gay contribution to Western Art; Citing of Allan Bloom's ironic case.


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