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USC's Kappa Sigma at Center of Sexually Explicit Email Scandal

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Trojans, someone out there is not doing you proud. An email has been floating around -- and by floating around, I mean picked up nationally -- in which the writer, who is supposedly a member of USC's Kappa Sigma fraternity, lays out some not-so-flattering ideas about how to sleep with women. They include thinking of women as "targets" instead of people (see bolded, below), what makes a woman a desirable target (hint: it has little to do with her fine Trojan mind), and a rating system based on physical beauty.

Here are some particularly damning outtakes, taken from a copy of the email that was forwarded to us by a reader:

As I have mentioned I will be starting a weekly Gullet Report....Please send me all of your hook-ups in Tucker Max format (for those unfamiliar with this legend, google will suffice). These renditions should be elaborate and interesting. I want raw data on who fucks and who doesn’t. In conclusion the gullet report will strengthen brotherhood and help pin-point sorostitiutes more inclined to put-out. From my experience when a female goes Ksig shes typically repeats.

The writer goes on to clarify some terms he'll be using:

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Note: I will refer to females as “targets”. They aren’t actual people like us men. Consequently, giving them a certain name or distinction is pointless. Pie: A target’s vagina. Some of you may have heard phrases such as, twat, cooter, muff, snatch, poontang, cock pocket, DNA dumpster, fun hatch, cock sock, the fish flap, spunk-pot, whisker biscuit, or the rarely used, wizard’s sleeve. All these terms are interchangeable and fine to use. However, for the purpose of this memo, I will refer to a target’s vagina as pie.

Gullet: Usually refers to a target’s mouth and throat. Most often pertains to a target’s throat capacity and it’s ability to gobble cock. If a target is known to have a good gullet, it can deep-throat dick extremely well. My advice is to seek out this target early in the night. Good Gullet Girls (GGG) are always scooped up well before last call.

Grip: Refers to the tightness of a target’s pie. If a target is said to have good grip, your cock probably feels like it’s in a vice when you are deep inside it. If a target is said to have great grip, your cock probably feels like it got caught in a Chinese finger trap. Gentlemen, don’t let a target like that get away from you.

He then tops your basic misogyny with a little rape humor:
Non-consent and rape are two different things. There is a fine line, so make sure not to cross it...When utilizing the loop power of 4 Lokos, be careful. A target on one 4 Loko is putting the odds in your favor of getting some pie. A target on two 4 Lokos is going to get sick and pass out. A target on three 4 Lokos leads to instances of litigation and lawsuits. Terms like “sexual assault” seem to be used in this case.

And finally, he throws in some racism for good measure:

A pie code is essential to have so pie-getters can have a conversation in front of targets while talking about them and deciding which one to make a move on. The following references: Blackberry: A black target
Blueberry Pie: half-black/half-white
Pumpkin Pie: A latin/mexican target
Pecan Pie: half-white/half-latin
Strawberry Pie: white target
Cherry pie: A young white target
Lemon Meringue: Asian target

*Don’t fuck middle-eastern targets. Exhibit some patriotism and have some pride. You want your cock smelling like falafel? Filth.

So, that's the basics of the email.

According to The Daily Trojan, Kappa Sigma National is investigating the email to find out who wrote it and why. The fraternity's executive director, Mitchell Wilson, also suggests that the email may have been a prank:

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"...what we see in some situations are individuals of other organizations or students who were trying to pull pranks put together such types of communication like this to get chapters or members of our organization in trouble,” [said Wilson].

USC officials are aware of the email, reports the Trojan, but are waiting until Kappa Sigma National finishes their investigation to decide what, if any, action will be taken by the university, assuming it was indeed a student who wrote it.

The entire email is posted here.