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So in the interest of creating dialog: By continuing to use this site, you agree to our updated Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. While I can sort of understand their reasons for wanting to challenge the status quo of gender-specific organizations, I find their quest for acceptance a bit misguided. For one, from what I have read, none of these men, while gay, identifies with being women. Indeed, more than 25 Black gay and lesbian Greek-letter organizations have been founded since So right now the story seems to be all speculation. There are also lesbian groups modeling fraternities like Alpha Phi Alpha.

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This is especially true of black Greek-letter sororities, who established themselves not just in response to male fraternities but because of their exclusion from the historically white sororities as well.

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Gay Men Threaten To File Suit Against AKA For Discrimination.

For one, from what I have read, none of these men, while gay, identifies with being women. The reality of a male-centered society is that women do not have a significant political or social identity or existence outside of the realm of what men have decided as appropriate definitions and actions of women. Still, membership is often discreet. The group of men, whom all are homosexual, are alleging homophobia and gender discrimination by the sorority. MadameNoire is a sophisticated lifestyle publication that gives African-American women the latest in fashion trends, black entertainment news, parenting tips and beauty secrets that are specifically for black women. Both parties threatened lawsuits. In that spirit, I have lots of appreciation for the MiAKAs, who just want to be accepted and celebrated for who and what they are, and also support the AKAs when they can.

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While I can sort of understand their reasons for wanting to challenge the status quo of gender-specific organizations, I find their quest for acceptance a bit misguided. And there is no better time than the present. This is especially true of black Greek-letter sororities, who established themselves not just in response to male fraternities but because of their exclusion from the historically white sororities as well. At colleges where Greek-letter activities dominate student life, gay and lesbian students are often excluded. In fact, I would be more sympathetic and willing to side with them if these were transgendered women. You would get an angry reaction if they were gay men or White frat boys. The Great 28 — Ta-Nehisi Coates.

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