FOX NEWS - A gay and lesbian-themed graphic novel on an elite university reading list for some incoming college freshmen is generating pushback among Christian students who feel the material is "pornographic."
"Fun Home," a best-selling story that features a girl coming out as a lesbian and discovering her father was gay, is among several books selected by Duke University "to give incoming students a shared intellectual experience with other members of their class."
Instead, the racy reading material -- which is recommended, but not required -- seems to have stirred up controversy.
"I feel as if I would have to compromise my personal Christian moral beliefs to read it," Freshman Brian Grasso posted to a Class of 2019 Facebook page in late July that was cited by the school's student newspaper, The Chronicle. "Duke did not seem to have people like me in mind. It was like Duke didn't know we existed, which surprises me."