The stories themselves are compelling and varied. Some of the men had good Greek experiences, even the men who were openly gay. Other stories are frightening. There are many stories in this book about fear: fear of violence, fear of discovery. Some of the writers have never come out to their fraternity brothers; others have, but only after graduation. As many of the writers point out, most fraternities have mottoes promoting diversity, yet the reality of homophobia is frightening.
This book should be required reading for every college freshmen. Perhaps by reading about the experiences of these men, their eyes would be opened to the ugliness of homophobia, hate and fear. Impact - New Orleans,