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When most college students consider going through recruitment, they evaluate the benefits of becoming part of the Greek community.While some of these advantages include sisterhood/brotherhood, parties and networking, there is also the hope of meeting a potential girlfriend or boyfriend.The young people meet at the home of the matchmaker, usually a family member, and a date is arranged if they like the looks of one another.Traditionally, the young lovers would have been chaperoned, but this is no longer common.For those of you that have dated greek men, do you find them to be any different than men who are non-greek?Is it different to date a greek man if you are greek yourself versus being a non greek dating a greek man? I am just asking because generally I have found greek men to be very immature..then there have been those that do a 360 on you after becoming greek and discovering that there are fraternity groupies out there..are a completely different person after they cross! My replies will all be related to my experiences in dating two Greeks. I truly believe that dating a Greek man is no different than dating a non Greek.
‘So they want women in their late 20s or early 30s.The only difference is that they now have 3 letters across their chest.Both Greeks and non Greeks (the ones I know and have affiliated myself with) have problems with commitment especially while still in college or immediately after crossing.I turned up a few minutes late for one date to find that the guy had already ordered and eaten dinner without me, and I booked myself on a climbing holiday with 14 fit men, only to discover halfway up the highest mountain in North Africa that they were all married.While I did meet some really nice men, it was certainly not at the tortuous round of singles events, at which there were always more women than men and everyone had a sad, resigned look in their eyes.