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Posts Tagged ‘sorority’
Last week on the Sexist:
1. Menace to Sorority, in which sorority members insult fraternity members, and vice-versa, ad nauseum
2. Why Sex Positivity is Bad for Feminism, in which the sex-positivists descend upon me (pictured)
3. Indiana Bestiality Law Cracks Down on Deleted Dog Porn, in which we are all made dumber
4. The Great Mexican Cartoon Porn-Off [...]
1. Indiana Bestiality Law Cracks Down on Deleted Dog Porn, in which you guys are all sick.
2. Menacy to Sorority, in which identity politics bravely marches on.
3. GLB Against T, in which the gay bar is not safe.
4. The Great Mexican Cartoon Porn-Of Concludes, in which, porn.
5. Bill O'Reilly's Creepy Dirty Talk Recordings, in which [...]
Please, nobody ever buy me one of these.
1. Menace to Sorority, in which the sorority message-board-dwellers simply cannot quit me.
2. Trans Slammer, in which D.C.'s transgender inmates win some battles, lose others, and gain some very persistent commenters in the process.
3. The Great Mexican Cartoon Porn-Off, Part 3, in which I review Spanish-language cartoon porn [...]
1. Menace to Sorority, wherein a George Washington University sorority accepts a transgender male, forces him out, claims they thought he was just a lesbian.
2. Why Does D.C.'s First Lesbian Bar Have a Problem With Marines? Find the answer in the comments.
3. Sexist Beatdown: Rihanna V. Chris Brown Edition, wherein we discuss whether celeb-obsessed Perez [...]
My story this week, "Menace to Sorority," about a transgender man's sorority trouble, touched about a hundred nerves. You can read all the comments on the story here. Below, choice perspectives from Greek life, GLBT theory, and innocent bystanders:
bigblugemini, 2009/02/20 at 1:34 AM
I am gay male and a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. [...]
Alston-Smith's sorority sisters had a pronoun problem.
From the time that Devin Alston-Smith became involved in George Washington University's Zeta Phi Beta sorority, he made it clear that he was not your typical sorority sister. In spring 2008, Alston-Smith began what Zetas refer to as the "intake process." He knew his sisters would have a lot [...]