Sorority Quotes

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“The prettier the wine bottle, the higher the likelihood sorority girls will buy it.”
Lauren Leto

Tammara Webber
“She drew herself up and crossed her arms over her chest. “So Buck can enjoy sitting in a cell contemplating how he blew up his life. That dickwad hurt two people sitting at this table. And you’re worried about who’ll look bad if they tell? Screw that. Dean and D.J. and Kennedy and every frat boy on this campus can all go fuck themselves. Are we sisters or not?”
Tammara Webber, Easy

J. Courtney Sullivan
“With the Smithies, it was different. There was sometimes no telling where one of them began and the others left off.”
J. Courtney Sullivan, Commencement

Joanna Shupe
“...Stop worrying about her."
"Women must worry about other women," she snapped. "God knows men won't do it."
- Annabelle.”
Joanna Shupe, The Prince of Broadway

Laura Anderson Kurk
“Her problem is with pretty,” Tennyson said. "She thinks I’ll need all these dresses in college. Like I would ever in a billion years pledge a sorority. I’ll pack a few of these to be ironic, though. I can wear them to, like, truck stops at night with mascara running down my cheeks and stuff.”
Laura Anderson Kurk, Perfect Glass

Susan Griffin
“The ability for a woman to be free is connected with her ability to love another woman.”
Susan Griffin, Pornography and Silence: Culture's Revenge Against Nature

Francine Pascal
“The Pi Betas had accepted the fact that Rose was Mexican, but it was obvious they would just as soon ignore it. And they seemed to assume Rose wanted to do that, too. The other girls might not be overtly disturbed by the fact that Rose was a chicana, but they certainly were not going to encourage her to explore her heritage. No, if Rose joined the Pi Betas, she would have to deny the biggest part of herself. She would have to become completely American.”
Francine Pascal, Rosa's Lie

“The social codes are different, distinctly preppy, fraternity-sorority, hip, flip, fast-and-cute, nauseating, and artificial. I have no doubt that the majority of these people are interesting, likeable, intelligent people. Unfortunately, they've been taught not to show it. The problem lies in socializing. When these people socialize, they don a common "mask." They talk a certain way (hip, flip) act a certain way, do certain things, all of which have been defined as socially acceptable. By acting in such a way, one makes "friends." With time, friends use their masks less and less, and a true, deep friendship results.”
Juan F. Thompson

Sylvia Plath
“I don't see what women see in other women," I told Doctor Nolan in my interview that noon. "What does a woman see in a woman that she can't see in a man?"
Doctor Nolan paused. Then she said, "Tenderness." That shut me up.”
Sylvia Plath, The Bell Jar

“He remember a few flashes of long hair and could smell the lingering scent of perfume, what he could discern with much experience was good perfume, not that cheap shit sorority girls or the average woman would splash on on before going out but the type a woman would only wear if she had a special occasion or was quite wealthy.”
Jesse W Luke, The Abyss Gazes Back