We’ve already encountered male-bashing, self-pitying Caitlin Flanagan on this blog.

Now she’s calling for the closure of all fraternities. So terrified by them was she when she began to attend the University of Virginia that she… left.

My fourth night at school, I went with some friends to Rugby Road, where the fraternity houses are located. They are built of the same Jeffersonian architecture as the rest of the campus. At once august and moldering, they seemed sinister, to stand for male power at its most malevolent and institutionally condoned. I remember standing there thinking I’d made a terrible mistake. It wasn’t worth it, I decided. The next day I withdrew from the university.

Good God, woman.

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2 Responses to “Caitlin Flanagan: Shut Down All Fraternities.”

  1. theprofessor Says:

    I think that you said it all, UD.

  2. Eric the Read Says:

    If she’d at least waited until they started throwing things at her and yelling homophobic slurs as she made her way to class, it would have been slightly less pathetic.

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