The young male pledges got very drunk on beer, then were forced to dress in humiliating faggy outfits like pink fairy wings, women’s tank tops, women’s underwear, women’s wigs and diapers.
There was a strong smell of beer, puke and piss in the fraternity house. Young men were passed out or crying in the corner. Various objects has apparently been shoved up their asses, and police were investigating rape charges.
Then there is Haze Him. On this site, people submit videos of purported college fraternity hazing of young men that involves gay themes. I didn’t look closely at the screenshots, but it looks like they were made to have gay sex with each other and maybe with other fraternity members. Not sure, and I don’t want to check out the videos to find out. The site claims that the submissions are from real fraternities, and you win $10,000 if your submission is chosen.
Not sure if this site is real or not, but I have a feeling it might be, because there are other sites along similar lines like College Rules and Dare Dorm that also pay $10,000 for submissions from college kids. College Rules and Dare Dorm are hot!
Is there really this much gay male hazing going on in fraternity rushes? My God.
Then there is Haze Her! Along the same lines, female pledges to sororities are forced to have sex with frat boys, each other and their sorority sisters as a hazing ritual to get into the sorority. Same thing, they claim they are real videos submitted by college girls, and the winners got $10,000. Are these women going to be hurt by this hazing. Nah, they look like they’re having fun. Yeah! Haze those bitches! LOL.
Here are the 14 worst college hazing rituals. A number of them resulted in death, and in a lot of others, the people undergoing them, especially the women, were emotionally hurt. One woman was interviewed more than a decade after such a sorority ritual, and she was still scarred by it. And yes, a number of them do have gay themes for some reason.
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