Days like today make me think that this whole sorority thing wasn’t for me.
I don’t feel at home anymore. I’m surrounded by my sisters, yet I still feel so alone.
This year has had more downs than ups for me, and it’s getting progressively more difficult for me to stay positive.
It’s weird to say that right now, I think the only person who could make me happy is Shaun.
I don’t need anything fancy, but I have been sucking your dick for 5 months now. A little appreciation today would be nice.
I’m gonna go off on a sorority rant right now. So we have out bids to 19 girls this past weekend. Over the summer we decided that we’re going to allow our new members to wear letters before initiation. So last semester, they were presented a bid day shirt with actual letters on it, then at big reveal they received member class letters. That’s all they wore before initiation. My pledge class wasn’t allowed to wear letters until initiation. WHICH IS THE WAY IT SHOULD BE. and I find out today they there are girls who have ordered their own letters already. First of all NO. you’re not in the sorority yet so put those away. You don’t have all the rights of a sister until you are initiated. YOURE NOT A SISTER. you’re a new member. A PLEDGE. I’m sorry if this sounds like a load of bull. But do they really understand what those letters mean? FUCK NO. they can’t name all of the founders. They can’t recite our creed by memory. They can’t wear our letters. You need to earn your letters. Fuck this fairness no hazing shit. I wasn’t hazed like most people think of hazing as, but I was definitely not just handed my letters. I worked hard for them. And these girls are being handed letters on a silver platter. I feel even more strongly about it because as a future big, I want to be the one to present my little with her first pair of letters. I don’t want initiation to be like oh here’s some more t shirts with these symbols that you have no clue what they mean on it.
I earned my letters, I know what they mean. Until these girls can prove themselves worthy of being a sister, they shouldn’t be allowed to wear our letters.