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Yeah, this one might seem off of the usual TFM path, but this video is extremely interesting. Fraternities and sororities get stigmatized all the time. One of the more common (and false) stigmas is that fraternities aren’t accepting of gay members. As this Buzzfeed video shows, that’s largely untrue.
You want some knowledge, baby birds? I’ll feed you. Check out this vid of guys that are openly gay talking about their experiences in Greek Life.
The most important takeaway from this video is that most houses will ask you to pledge or not pledge based on who you are, not your sexuality. I’d say 99 percent of the time, a guy who is gay and a good person will get a bid over a straight guy who’s a shitty person.
My house had an openly gay guy in it and it was awesome. He is an amazing brother and always brought cheerleaders to the party (Spoiler alert: Many times they’d leave for “classier” parties after everyone cavemanned a few beers and got the floors all nice and sticky. Sorry for partying).
The point is, if a house cares about your sexuality, then it’s a shit house anyhow.
Gay, straight, whatever — your brothers have your back..