TKC never joined a frat but this actually seems like a nice idea and possibly a way to challenge the alleged "male privilege" perception of binge drinking and date rape that usually encumbers college campus party people associations . . . For what it's worth, it's very hard to TKC to distinguish betwixt the branding of any frat given that I don't like hanging around a bunch of dudes in the first place . . . And even the "classic" tenants of fraternities always seemed a bit homoerotic.
And so, before haters get too carried away . . . Here's a look at nothing more controversial than some college guys who wanted to start their own club. Checkit:
On college campuses across America, Greek life has cultivated a reputation and culture of its own. But for UMKC's newest fraternity, breaking into this world poses unique challenges. Members of the LGBTQ+ community have long existed within the margins of society, and Greek culture on college campuses is certainly no exception to this.