A 59-year-old University student has sued her teacher at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point for giving her a failing grade, as she believes the F is tied to her complaint about the themes of homosexuality, sex and swearing found in class reading assignments.  Donna Kikkert said that when she enrolled in the advanced creative writing poetry course at the University in 2014, she wanted to study classic poets. However, she became disappointed when Professor Patricia Dyjak

rather selected material that contained profanity and references to sex. “For the reading material in this course, Ms. Dyjak chose five poetry textbooks … which focused on lesbians, illicit sexual relationships, incest and frequent swearing,” her lawsuit states. “A rational person would surmise these textbook choices to be myopically degrading and insulting to the intelligence of university students, READ MORE