Oh boy, this came to me this morning. Two members of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. decided to take their love for brotherhood to a whole new level by tying the knot and becoming One in the Bond. The organiation whic is a predominantly Black Greek Organization profess "Achievement in every human endeavor " as their fraternity's mission and ideals. Guess these 2 took achieving to a brand new concept.
My reactions: firstly, why all the commotion online, it's just two
You think I'm carricaturing anyone? Ravi K. Perry a member of Kappa Alpha Psi himself had this to say:
"In May of 1982, I was born as a Black child in Toledo, OH to two Black parents, both of whom are educators. In March of 2006, I officially became a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated, as a sole line member of the Toledo (OH) Alumni chapter in the fraternity’s Northern Province region.The big gay brother popped up and offered his comments. Of course, the pretty ladies of Kappa Alpha Psi are putting their defenses everywhere they can, no pun intended.
On August 11, 2012, I married my beautiful husband, Paris F. Prince, in the backyard of our home in Worcester, Massachusetts.It should not be a surprise to anyone that some members of historically Black fraternities and sororities are same gender-loving individuals. In no way is it a contradiction to our professed love and commitment to uphold the very tenants of our organizations’ objectives and purposes. It is also no longer an anomaly. I personally know of at least two other members of my great fraternity who also happen to be in same gender-loving marriages with their husbands. And I am sure there are more on the way and others we don’t know about."
I wish the couple a happy married life, and till we hear more