This question has come up a lot lately, from a handful of people. I thought I’d write a post about it, so it can be shared when the questions arise again.
We are all citizens of Chi Tau City. We have a group inside of Second Life with that exact same name. Everyone is part of that group. It’s one of the things that binds us together in our community. We are open and welcoming to all kinks, genders, and species. What we don’t allow is child avatars, child play, or people who want to be rude, disrespectful or disruptive. Our admin team and student union goes above and beyond to help people, new and old alike, to get their bearings in the city, and find their place. Whether it is in the police station, a crime syndicate, the university, the sorority, the fraternity, or any other number of roles in the city, everyone is included, and all are part of the Chi Tau City group.
I did mention the fraternity and the sorority as well, and yes, those are also separate groups inside the city. The sorority is a subset of the city set aside for those female (or female appearing) citizens who love sex and cum. It isn’t for everyone, but joining that group doesn’t make a person any more or less a part of the community. They are just part of the sorority. As for the fraternity, like the sorority, it is also a subset of the city. It is set aside for those who want to “feed” the sorority girls. Whether they are male, or female with extra, they have joined the fraternity because they love to feed the sluts. Like the sorority, membership in this group doesn’t make a person any more or less a member of the city. Everyone is a citizen first. If you don’t fit into either of those groups, you remain in the main city group, just like everyone else. It doesn’t make a person less important, as there are so many areas in the city in which you can participate. Are you lesbian that doesn’t like cum, and won’t feed sorority sisters? There’s no problem with that, you’re still a welcome, and vital part of the community. Are you a t-girl that doesn’t feel comfortable joining a fraternity, but still enjoy feeding the girls? Stay in the city group and feed the girls. Are you interested in one of the many roles in our RP community? Join in, be a part of the city group, and have fun. If you’re looking for a “middle-of-the-road” group to be a part of, that is the Chi Tau City group.
Remember, everyone is part of the City group first. No one is more important than anyone else. We are a community, and the sorority and fraternity are just additional facets of that community.