Sororities at the University of Alabama took a stand against political correctness and denied a biological male attempting to join their groups.
University of Alabama biological male student Grant Sikes attempted to join the sororities on campus but was denied. He documented his quest on TikTok and racked up millions of views, but ultimately did not achieve the goal of gaining access to a sorority.
“Unfortunately, this chapter is closed,” Sikes complained on Instagram. “This recruitment journey is over for me. Being dropped from my last house this morning during primary recruitment at the University of Alabama doesn’t come as a surprise considering out of the almost 20 chapters – I was dropped by every single one except 2 before day 1.”
“I’m hopeful of a future where everyone is welcomed for just being themselves – everywhere,” he preached. “If you are going through a hard time today, remember that life is too short to ponder on the things lost. Choose happiness & always look for the positive things throughout life. Move on. See the good. See the bad. Hope for the best. Brave the worst.”
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Clay Travis, of Clay & Buck, reacted to the sororities holding their ground: "Roll Tide. Good for them for standing up to this absurdity. Good for the women at the University of Alabama for the people who are advising them; for them being willing to stand up, to be called ‘transphobic’ or whatever you want to say. I can’t believe I have to say this: Men should not be able to be members of Alabama sororities.”
“And by the way, if you are a straight guy living in a sorority house, surrounded by smoking hot chicks, not the worst thing,” he continued. “If you were a straight guy at the University of Alabama and you were an undergrad, and you got the opportunity to live in a sorority house, that’s cooking with grease. That’s pretty smart.”
A transgender Alabama student rushed to try and make a University of Alabama sorority. Every sorority rejected him. Roll Tide, y’all. https://t.co/OSfHQRTFtm
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) August 15, 2022