It's a first amendment right guaranteed by the constitution of the United States.
Therefore, I believe fraternities and sororities should be able to put whatever they want on their own t-shirts.
But when you put whatever you want on your fraternity or sorority t-shirt and then complain about your negative media image, you insult my intelligence (and everyone else's). It's laughable just how much of a complete hypocrite you are.
I know it might sound like a good idea in your chapter meeting to do that hilarious t-shirt idea that "somebody" just thought of - but it isn't. Trust me.
I've been tracking stupid fraternity and sorority t-shirts for some time now. Here are a few actual shirts from actual chapters (and these are some of the less harsh ones):
- Party like Rockstars. Pound like Pornstars. Play like All-Stars. (fraternity)
- The Hardware Party: Get nailed, hammered, and screwed. (sorority)
- Hey little ladies, get ready for your mustache ride. (fraternity)
- When we go down, we don't come up until the job is done. (sorority)
To be crystal clear, that means you can never say things like...
- "The media is always negative"
- "The paper is out to get us"
- "They only publish the bad things"
- "The paper is anti-Greek"
Stop putting stupid crap on your t-shirts. Now.
P.S. - How many people outside of the Greek community know the Greek alphabet? Then how do I know that horrible t-shirt isn't from your fraternity or sorority? (Newsflash: This is the rationale for why your Greek community should have a policy against stupid t-shirts)