Eduardo Sanchez-Ubanell Being Gay In A Fraternity
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[Eduardo Sanchez-Ubanell Being Gay In A Fraternity]
[Eduardo Sánchez-Ubanell:] Source: LYBIO.net
Ahhh…. Wow! What’s up guys? Welcome back to my channel. Wait, you know what, I’m going to have another beer.
Today I’m going to be talking about my experience being openly gay in a fraternity.
Joining fraternity was one of the best decisions I ever made. And I know it can be scary for a lot of guys out there that are either openly gay, or still in the closet. So I’m going to be talking about my experience, while answering questions that you guys submitted on Instagram.
Let’s go frat-stars.
ruin all: What fraternity were you in?
[Eduardo Sanchez-Ubanell:] Source: LYBIO.net
First question, what fraternity were you? I was in Phi Kappa Psi at USC. FIGHT ON LIVE EVER DIE NEVER
Nickcalzada: Why did you decide to join a fraternity?
Why did you decide to join a fraternity?
Honestly, I just always really thought it would be fun and cool. I really wanted like that classic, American college experience you saw in the movies. [TOGA] And I thought joining a fraternity would give me that option.
Zemogrelash: did you initially tell your frat about your sexuality?
Did you initially tell your frat about your sexuality?
No I did not. I went through the whole pledge process and was admitted into Phi Psi before I came out.
boy_on_fire_15: How did you come out to your fraternity brothers? What was their reaction?
How did you come out to your fraternity brothers? What was their reaction?
I started coming out first to all of my really close friends and that included, you know everyone in my pledge class. I didn’t do it all at once. I talked to them each individually. And I remember I would get usually really drunk before, because I was so nervous. The number one reaction I got from my pledge class was, ‘oh why didn’t you tell us sooner’.
And it was actually really wonderful because I expected like some big reaction. Everyone was just making a lot of jokes.
bennygmel: Was hazing more specific/targeted for you?
[Eduardo Sanchez-Ubanell:] Source: LYBIO.net
Was hazing more specific targeted for you?
No, there was no specific hazing targeted towards me. We were all hazed equally. But again this was – this was before I was out.
christopherstephenson: Did you think you were the only gay one in the fraternity?
Do you think you were the only gay one in the fraternity?
No, I definitely was not the only gay one in the fraternity. I was the only one who was openly gay at the time. There were a lot of guys that everyone kind of knew it was like almost like a taboo thing, like everyone kind of knew, everyone talked about a little bit.
paper_prince: Have you ever hooked up with someone in your frat?
Have you ever hooked up with someone in your frat?
Actually no, I have not. I definitely hooked up with guys and other frats, but I – it never happened with my own. There were some close calls, [ha ha] there was this one time. One of my fraternity brothers was very drunk, he just puked, came out to me, tried to make out with me. I might have – had he not just puked. [ ] And it was like a total mess.
benbatesy: What was it like when you brought a guy back?
What was it like when you brought a guy back?
It was fine. I had a roommate, this guy Adrian who was super cool, super chill with the whole thing. He had a girlfriend sometimes she would be over, sometimes I would have a guy over. And yeah it was just totally fine we just communicated about it.
gaint_marwhal: Did you ever bring a guy to formal?
Did you ever bring a guy to formal?
I did – I was dating a guy at the time, this was my senior year. I brought a guy to our Vegas formal. I was so happy about it. I was, I think, the first guy ever in Phi Psi to bring another guy. It was really fun. Everyone was really nice and supportive.
azurakween: Was there a big level of judgement?
[Eduardo Sanchez-Ubanell:] Source: LYBIO.NET
Was there a big level of judgment?
Guys in the house, I think, started respecting me way more after I came out. Because before I came out, I feel like, I was just like – I was just so insecure, I was trying so hard to act like what I thought the fraternity expected from guys.
What I realized after I came out was, what guys respected more than anything was someone who was confident and didn’t care what other people thought, which was like the great irony of everything. It was like to get people to like you, you have to not care if they like you.
I had so many guys in the house come up to me and say things like I respect you more than anyone else in the house. It’s so cool that you’re out, and open about it and that you don’t care. If you’re in the closet, if you’re openly gay, my advice to you is to just try to own it and not care what the other guys think. And they will respect you more than anything.
You should do it for you, because you shouldn’t have to hide who you are. But you should also do it for the other guy in the house who is still in the closet and scared of coming out, or for like the new pledge or recruit that’s coming in who is wondering the same thing.
You only get one shot at college if joining a fraternity is something you want to do, do it.
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