The ideal leftist scenario:
A huge rally cheering the decision at the main university square led by bald feminist gains coverage on all the main media outlets. There are students being interviewed on TV, crying with joy at the decision. A huge victory for civil rights and justice for women. No more accidents from hazing. Young males now have the opportunity to evolve in their own unique way as individuals and not as a typical frat guy. Reports of ‘rape’ and ‘sexual assault’ are drastically cut down. Alcohol abuse is down and now students that could not get in to the famed frat parties no longer feel rejected, boosting self-esteem all around campus.
What will actually happen:
Brainwashed from the Huffington Post and spoiled by all the media attention they are getting, the majority of the students experience some sort of happiness. They feel as if they have been part of a great civil rights movement, the kind they only learn about in history books or pretty much every liberal arts course they are forced to take, regardless it not being a part of their major.
A week goes by and things have settled, the cameras have left, the attention is gone and the initial validation the students got from destroying one of the last ‘bastions of patriarchy’ has diminished. They go back to their daily life of exams, boring lectures, group projects, masturbating, weed, alcohol and trying to get laid. Thursday night approaches and students are looking to loosen up after a week of lectures, tests, studies, group projects and more masturbating. Some friends get together and agree that tonight they are gonna party. They decide to go out, not at a frat party of course, because they no longer exist but at a mixer, organized by the art history majors. Dressed to impress and looking to forget their academic life, students head towards the mixer with a big smile on their face, an extra pack of condoms and a viagra, in case they drink too much and affect the strength of their erection. This is a new kind of party. There is no hierarchy, no typical “douche frat guy” stereotype. Everybody is allowed to hang with anyone and everyone. And more importantly, everyone is allowed in.
The night starts off slow. It is rather quiet and boring with students talking about how “this course is kicking my ass” and how “i totally bombed this" pulling an all nighter. After a couple of hours and after they go through one or two keggers, things begin to change. A couple of attractive girls have entered the room and the mood transforms from bullshit talk to “I will burn this place down to get inside of them” talk. The girls are immediately approached by several guys. As they make their way across the room, their eyes catch a group of guys who are tall, athletic and sociable. After a couple of more drinks, a bigger group is formed between the attractive girls and sociable, cool guys. The night progresses further with more drinking. They start making out, things are going well and two of the guys, who happen to be roommates bring girls back to their place. They fuck the girls and send them on their way. These two guys who have been best friends for a while, kinda like ‘brothers’, discuss how they’ve had a great night and they should probably head to that place again next week.
A week passes by and the two ‘brothers’ make their way to the same place to replicate their success. They meet up with some buddies and start drinking as usual. The same group of girls enters, this week wasting no time working the room by quickly making their way towards ‘the brothers’. After small intros they take over a part of the place and make it 'their corner' for the rest of the night. Throughout the night, hot girl after hot girl is being introduced to the 'brothers' through mutual friends. The night ends with a larger group of the brothers and their female companions making their way to their apartment and finding a private space to fuck in.
The next day, the original two brothers while discussing how last night rocked, agree that they need to move into a house, because the apartment is too small to bring back a group of people from the party. They look for affordable houses nearby campus but realize that the two of them alone cannot afford that rent. They agree that they need additional roommates to be able to afford the rent of the big house. The house has nine rooms so they need seven more roommates. They put out an ad for seven roommates and get a ton of applications. However, throughout interviewing the initial applicants it seems they don’t see eye to eye and the applicants they are getting don’t match the brothers personality and lifestyle. After a disappointing week of weak applicants, the brothers make their way again to the same mixer for a night out. While having fun in what is now ‘their corner’, they mention that they are looking for roommates to some of their buddies. Their friends are eager to apply, willing to leave their current residence immediately. The brothers realize that it would be best to get roommates of similar interests, so they remove the initial ad they had placed and invite likeminded friends or ‘brothers’ to move in.
Everyone moves in and it is now a house of nine brothers. Everything works out great at first but within a few days a fight breaks out and the brothers disagree on how to solve it. The original two then decide there needs to be a code or a law or a set of rules everybody has to agree with, otherwise these kinds of situations will continue to happen. They also agree that the house needs structure. So they make themselves president and vice president. A week passes by and everything is resolved, all the brothers agreeing to the new structure and leadership. To celebrate all of them make their way to the same mixer again. During that mixer, they realize they have been staying at that same corner the whole night. They don’t agree with the choice of music, drinks, company and overall vibe of the mixer. They feel they can throw a better party at their place. And even charge people to come in. Excited about this new plan, they put every brother to work. Everyone is assigned responsibility to organize and promote this new event.
The party is a success. The majority of hot girls on campus are in attendance. The brothers have all emptied their balls and agree to do this every week. Ideas are pitched for theme parties based on holiday events (halloween, christmas) maybe even something as crazy as a toga-themed party. At the next party there is a line up going in. Rumors have spread throughout campus that the brothers know how to throw a party. The brothers then decide to let the hot girls they know and their friends in for free. Everyone else has to pay. It’s yet another party success. They are the talk of the campus yet again. So much so that they are being approached during the day time if they are looking for new roommates. As it happens, one of the brothers is leaving and they really do need a new roommate but this time around they got a A TON of likeminded applicants. In order to tackle this dilemma, they create a screening process with a series of tests in order to better decide who the next brother should be. Importance is placed on loyalty and how badly one wants it. After all, they are coming to the brothers not vice versa.
The success of this house, prompts other like-minded young, straight males to rent houses and model them after the brothers. As years pass, a tradition is formed and these houses also develop an alumni base, entering the pop culture mainstream, spreading to universities across North America.
In conclusion, banning frats is absolutely fucking stupid. No one is forcing girls going in, drinking half a keg and squeezing three-quarter feet of cock in their vaginas. No one is forcing young males to shove carrots up their asses. Human beings are tribal. It’s in our genes. And this ridiculous social re-engineering will not work. You can ban the term FRAT HOUSE, but you cannot ban similar minded men getting together and forming a group. You cannot ban frat houses just like you cannot ban women only restaurants and women only gyms. If you ban frat houses, then you have to ban every single nightclub with a guest list.