Hero Heteros Fight For Straight Rights On Campus
From North American campuses, we have two stirring tales of bold thinkers who are unafraid to be conventional. First, at Smith College, the sad tale of an unnamed woman who sought to fight back against the rampant gay-friendliness of the Northampton, Massachusetts private college's social scene. All she wanted, she said, was a place where she could feel safe, to be free to be who she is. In a now-deleted Tumblr post, another student posted the woman's email inviting like-minded students to
start a sorority at smith (Delta Gamma/DG), which would basically just be an exclusive group for straight girls, a little friend group.. We would have sorority mixers with Amherst men, weekly dinner dates, weekly photoshoots where we would dress up nice, baking nights.. We would also get Sorority apparel (even Lily Pulitzer has the cutest DG stuff!) and we’d have traditions, like every wednesday we wear pink haha
The student added that "personally as a straight girl at Smith, I feel marginalized and I feel like the minority," and so she thought it would be a "really great way to socialize with people we identify more with at smith, and to meet more guys."
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