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rebeloke
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Why do historically black fraternities brand their members?
I saw one of OU’s players with a huge Omega on his left arm and made me wonder. It seems really strange.
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TheMailman
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Member since Jul 2017
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re: Why do historically black fraternities brand their members?
Better than a tattoo, imho, fwiw


danilo
Member since Nov 2008
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re: Why do historically black fraternities brand their members?
Black history
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13SaintTiger
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re: Why do historically black fraternities brand their members?
Why do historically white fraternities haze eachother to death?



TigerFanInSouthland
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re: Why do historically black fraternities brand their members?
Idk, but in white fraternities that would most definitely be hazing and those fraternities would be kicked off campus.


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Leonard
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re: Why do historically black fraternities brand their members?
Thought you meant a different type of member and my reaction was


RedMustang
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re: Why do historically black fraternities brand their members?
No way am I branding my member. That’s got to sting the penis really bad.


tigersbh
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re: Why do historically black fraternities brand their members?
The University requires it.

...just joking!


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GreatLakesTiger24
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re: Why do historically black fraternities brand their members?
Because it actually means something to us


lsucoonass
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re: Why do historically black fraternities brand their members?
I wonder if slaves were branded like that


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STLDawg
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re: Why do historically black fraternities brand their members?
Branded emblems were associated with royalty in many sub Saharan African kingdoms.


SCndaBR
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re: Why do historically black fraternities brand their members?
It's not mandatory. I knew a lot of Alphas and Qs in college. The branding is optional but for the diehards


el Gaucho
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re: Why do historically black fraternities brand their members?
it's from ancient egypt

you peckerwoods wouldn't understand


Priapus
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re: Why do historically black fraternities brand their members?
Not only blacks. Sigma at W&L brands the inner thigh. I felt little sympathy for my little bro.


Sody Cracker
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re: Why do historically black fraternities brand their members?
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Because it actually means something to us



What does it mean?


LSUAlum2001
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re: Why do historically black fraternities brand their members?
WE WUZ KANGZ


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Glistening Member
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Member since Nov 2007
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re: Why do historically black fraternities brand their members?
Cattle reference. They're expected to drop out of school and obtain employment working outdoors.


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rebeloke
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re: Why do historically black fraternities brand their members?
You brand beasts of burden as a sign of ownership, not humans as a sign status. Amirite?


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GreatLakesTiger24
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Member since May 2012
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re: Why do historically black fraternities brand their members?
A lot


TigerFanInSouthland
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Louisiana
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11901 posts

re: Why do historically black fraternities brand their members?
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Because it actually means something to us


quote:

GreatLakesTiger24


Wait, you're black? That explains so much.


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