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I met this sorority girl in my large lecture class and I don’t know how to approach her. Greek life, at least in my college experience was all about fitting into a common culture that everyone in that culture agreed on, and you as a non-greek person don't fit in.
What are your experiences dating/hooking up with sorority girls while NOT being in a fraternity or even a student? You're a constant outsider to their circle, and have a perpetual flaw when compared to the frat guys she's hanging out with.
I remember I would go to their various sorority events and every other dude there would be a fraternity person, and I would immediately be an outsider. I got invited to events that I normally wouldn't be allowed to go to.
Be attractive and visible on the Internet with suitable domain names, stable email solutions and reliable hosting features.What was worse was when her sorority would do common functions with a fraternity, and she would want to go with her girlfriends, but I wouldn't be allowed to go, so she would either have had to go with a guy from the fraternity, or not go. TL; DR - Just fuck her casually, but don't get involved. I trusted her enough so it never bothered me when she went to a party or something without me.I know I am late, but do the girls care if you’re in Greek life or not?Learn more about how Oath collects and uses data and how our partners collect and use data.
Select ' OK' to allow Oath and our partners to use your data, or ' Manage options' to review our partners and your choices.So you've made it through pledging, you've been initiated and you're finally a sorority woman. Many sororities have a mentoring program that pairs older sisters with new members, often called a "Big Sis/Little Sis Program." Within a sorority, there may be different "family trees." For example, the big sis of your big sis would be your grand big sis.