Did Homosexual Men Form MIAKA Due to Rejection from Fraternities?

The controversy surrounding MIAKA is nothing new. The presence of MIAKA, an acronym for Men Interested in Alpha Kappa Alpha, has elicited a firestorm of response from the black Greek community, including actual members of the sorority they aim to mimic.

NBC 4 reported a MIAKA scandal rocked the campus of Tennessee State University. Some men of MIAKA allegedly joined the underground sorority due to being “rejected from traditional male fraternities,” according to NBC 4 reporter Darian Trotter.

Amy Gardner, a member of Delta Sigma Theta, told NBC 4 there has been “men Deltas, Men AKAs and Men Zetas for a while” and calls their presence a “violation.”

“A sorority is for women and a fraternity is for men,” she said.

Pia Perez, a student at the university, is not a fan of the idea of men joining sororities.

“I don’t think they should be called sorority sisters or be an AKA, they should find a male fraternity to be in,” she said.

With many homosexual men identifying with the female gender, they find joining a sorority to be the most ideal outlet. Some even sought membership from male fraternities but were allegedly rejected due to their sexual orientation.

Should sororities accept homosexual men?

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