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April 25, 2007



Thank you for this piece. It really is most distressing to observe the continuing efforts of heterosexual society to erase homosexuality from the historical record. The situation is further confounded by the fact that the people at the forefront of this movement are often found to be homosexual themselves. I am referring of course to the academic fad known as "queer theory" that for the past 30 or so years has done its best to write homosexuality out of history simply by spinning every incidence of it as something else (such as "heterosexuality" minus the vagina). I wonder how much of the timidity of the Met curators was really attributable to the fact that they could hardly have mentioned homosexuality without instant retribution from the queer vigilantes always on guard for the "inappropriate" use of that word in the context of ancient Greece?

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