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07/19/2005

1000-count Egyptian cotton toga wearers go national

by Jeremy Hooper

    Arizona State's Sigma Phi Beta became the nation's first gay-centric fraternity (with a chapter recognized by a university) last week, when it officially adopted itself as a national organization.

For the fraternity it means a possibility to take their organization to campuses nationwide and spread a little diversity to the Greek community.

For that one so obviously gay fraternity that already exists on most campuses nationwide - you know the one that everyone knows is gay and has clever names to insinuate said gayness, yet the boys still constantly mention females in the most overcompensating of manners, as if they're totally unaware that everyone on campus swaps stories of friends who had to sneak out of their house following a night of same-sex relations - yea, for them it means nothing really, we just always found them really f***ing amusing.

Congrats Sigma Phi Beta boys!

Gay Fraternity Forms National Organization [GayWired.com]

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