Hazing Leads to Fraternity Pledge Losing Testicle

November 2013
Moderate Voice;11/8/2013, p4
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In this article, the author reflects on the practice of hazing at the Gamma Phi Gamma fraternity house created by three students of the Wilmington College in Wilmington, Ohio. He informs about the ritual of pledging wherein blindfolded pledges were brought to the basement of the fraternity which is known as Gobbler House. He reports on the sexual abuse of pledges at the fraternity house.


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