Kelly Chen, a senior at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, came to Campus in 2017 with a negative impression of Brotherhoods and Fraternities, and all, but had written out of the possibility of joining a Greek organization.

Chen she identifies himself as a non-binary, as a man or a woman, and uses the pronouns "they" and "them". They considered the deeply sustained beliefs of organizations on femininity and intrinsically heteronormative and exclusive virility. Chen was not interested in compromising the identity of her at the university after a difficult time being "outside" in high school. But a friend and the prospect of free food, ultimately, Chen coaxing to attend the recruitment events of the Brotherhood, despite the nature according to the gender of organizations.

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