For much of my time as an undergrad, I didn’t have a problem with my fraternity.I thought we were different and resented the stereotyping of all fraternities, down to the use of the word “frat.” Then I moved into the house and surrounded myself with more than 80 of my brothers for the duration of my senior year.So began the pitch I gave my wife to let me join the marrieds-looking-for-affairs website Ashley Madison.

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This book, too, features a dead boy—or at least the fantasy of one.

The title men are denizens of a Web chat site that reviews the performance of hustlers such as Brad, a blond who looks like an angelic teen but is probably older, and who may or may not have been killed, or snuffed, by a john. Brad's passivity drives a certain type of dominant to distraction, and Brad gets rave after rave review, rendered by Cooper with deadpan perfection.

And that’s to say nothing of hazing, which is constantly talked about and frowned upon, but nowhere near being eliminated.

While fraternities draw young men in (officially) with promises of brotherhood, service, leadership development and (unofficially) with a four-year party experience that can’t be topped by any other social group, the benefits are outweighed by these problems.

After a long pause, I got her only thought: "No, I get it," she said emphatically. But it's kinda like asking the newly vegetarian fox to guard the henhouse, isn't it? I worked hard to become the embodiment of seduction.

" I thought about it, and unfortunately her statement wasn't too far from the truth. To quickly read the spoken and unspoken clues of what a woman was looking for in a man, and then give her the perception I was that guy.

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Seeing and hearing what happens on a daily basis opened my eyes and made me realize that this was no different than most other fraternities.

It was easy to focus on the positive things when I was only around for the parties, brotherhood retreats, and community service events, but those were superficial.

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