Dating a sorority women

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The first (and sometimes the only) question they asked about someone was "which house do you belong to?" Apparently this mindset still exits....there is a web site called The rest of the campus simply ignored the whole greek system.

So here are a few qualities geeds possess that make us dateable that many sorority girls can’t claim.But if you had the right personality for it, it was a good lifestyle for some people, and usually led to getting a good job when you graduated.*greek letters picked at random I've heard there is a social expectation that only frat guys should go out with sorority girls; and only sorority girls should go out with frat guys.(Trying to give advice to someone I know...)I'd say that it would only be found in schools with a rich tradition of greek life (Southern schools) and even then I would say it's more of a self-selecting effect than actual active snobbery - for most frats/srats anyway.There are certain fraternities and sororities that are more...selective and as such they would only want to date others with similar exclusivity. Rich north, rich south, lacrosse-oriented, yachting-oriented, academically inclined, WASP, etc. There aren't any hard line rules or even much social repercussions for dating. It's not like it's Pretty in Pink and you've got James Spader harassing you about your sexual decisions.

Thanks for the replies - kinda sounds like joining a frat or sorority wouldn't really hurt (socially) and could be a big advantage, depending on the type of school.

(Trying to give advice to someone I know...)My sister married a fraternity guy, and she's about the least sororities type of girl you'd imagine.

His fraternity "brothers" were prominent in the wedding party, and I didn't detect any kind of exclusionary vibe from them during the various events (rehearsal, bachelor party, ceremony and reception). At some universities greek life is such a part of campus life, it's hard to have any social life without joining some fraternity/sororoity. At others, it's a moderate factor, something a person could take or leave and have fun either way. At still others, it's looked down on and can be a negative to your social life ("so boring he has to buy his friends." "all douchebags/rapsts") I went to a "b" university, and faaar more men than women participated in the greek system. At some universities greek life is such a part of campus life, it's hard to have any social life without joining some fraternity/sororoity. At others, it's a moderate factor, something a person could take or leave and have fun either way. At still others, it's looked down on and can be a negative to your social life ("so boring he has to buy his friends." "all douchebags/rapsts")I depends on the school. At some universities greek life is such a part of campus life, it's hard to have any social life without joining some fraternity/sororoity. At others, it's a moderate factor, something a person could take or leave and have fun either way. At still others, it's looked down on and can be a negative to your social life ("so boring he has to buy his friends." "all douchebags/rapsts")Yeah, I went to a largish urban state university with a small resident population ( limited dorms ) which was very much a "c" school - sororities and fraternities were tiny, nearly invisible in everyday campus life and when noticed, frequently lightly mocked.

The anecdote I heard, was about a non-affiliated girl attending a "Greek" party, and being taken aside by the (probably drunk) sorority girls and told to leave the party or else. Back in ancient times (1970's) when I was at a big midwestern university, the Greeks had a world of their own.

Of maybe 20,000 students on campus, there were about 3000 who joined one of the 25 frat and sorority houses.

They looked down on the rest of the students the way that Marines look down on soldiers in the regular army; and within their own world, they ranked everbody by which Greek letters they wore on their T-shirts....

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