USC Frat House Kappa Sigma Sends Out Email That Paints Sorority Women as Prostitutes, 'Targets'
Leave it to a frat house to remind us how utterly retarded and immature men are.
Because nothing says enlightened like a 21st century white boy in a college club for dorks who can't get laid. USC fraternity Kappa Sigma is getting national heat for an email sent out to members about how to get "sorostitutes" to "put out."
We're not surprised, although it does amaze us how young people getting $40,000 a year worth of high-end schooling can come up with words like "sorostitute."
Here's part of the email (via Huffington Post):
I have come to write this memo to you today to educate on the only life worth living, that of a Cocksman. A Cocksman is taught to live by the two most applicable principles I know: The Pie and the Gullet. You may already be lost in trying to comprehend this logic. Do not worry this is completely understandable. By the end of this memo, you will not only gain a greater understanding of what it means to live, but you will have embraced a lifestyle. However, in order for this to happen you first must know a couple key terms.
Note: I will refer to females as "targets". They aren't actual people like us men. Consequently, giving them a certain name or distinction is pointless.
No frat controversy would be complete without reference to Middle Eastern women as "targets" to be avoided, code names for other ethnicities, and a reference to rape being different than "non-consent."
A national spokesman for Kappa Sigma said the email does not represent its values.
Really? Bunch of white guys living in a beer garden are all about sexual and ethnic equality, huh?
Added: The USC Interfraternity Council issued a statement distancing itself and the university from the email:
" ... We will continue to take an active stance against the views in this email," it reads, in part.
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