Even during Winter Storm Liam, there’s still heat at Cornell University’s fraternity Zeta Beta Tau. The chapter was put on probation after university officials were made aware of a sex contest some fraternity members were conducting called the “pig roast.” And no, it has nothing to do with roasting pork.
Here’s the report on Cornell’s website:
The Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life received multiple reports regarding misconduct by Interfraternity Council chapter Zeta Beta Tau that occurred during 2017. An investigation that concluded in January of 2018 determined that the chapter conducted a contest in which new members could accumulate “points” by engaging in sexual intercourse with women. The contest was referred to as a “pig roast.” In the event of a tie, additional points were awarded to the new member who had had sex with a woman who had weighed the most. The new members were told not to inform the women of the contest.
Oh man oh man oh man. Can you imagine being the fraternity that gets kicked off campus for having sex with women? Does Cornell even comprehend the underlying mantra of fraternities? Do they think mixers are to help students find study partners? Or is it just a bone zone full of young people in their prime? Definitely more of the latter.
The only thing I find story-worthy, which of course is also the overarching issue, is about the fact they bring weight into the final conclusion. The real question is, how does one ask a girl how much she weighs without it ending in tears or a slap to the face? Do they have a scale underneath the bed? These are the questions I need answers to because I feel like they’re probably just guesstimating weight which is a reaaaallly tough thing to do, especially with beer goggles on.
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