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Pi Lambda Phi

Pi Lambda Phi website     |     Population = 45

General results

Response rate
(# | %)
Comfortable having LGBTQ
in group (1-7 ± SD)
Roommate:
LGBQ (1-7 ± SD)
Roommate:
Trans (1-7 ± SD)
LBGTQ Ally
(yes | no | unsure)
Know LBGTQ in living group
(yes | no | unsure)
Group attitude toward
LGBTQ (1-7 ± SD)
19
42.2%
6.71 ± 0.75
6.12 ± 1.53
5.18 ± 1.89
yes: 53.3%
no: 20.0%
unsure: 26.7%
yes: 88.2%
no: 5.9%
unsure: 5.9%
6.41 ± 0.91
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Language results

Frequency of word use - joking
(1-7 ± SD)
Joking reaction? Bothers - speak out
(%)
Joking reaction? Bothers - ask someone else
(%)
Joking reaction? Bothers - ignore
(%)
Joking reaction? Doesn't bother - ignore
(%)
Joking reaction? Doesn't bother - feel accepted/included
(%)
Joking reaction? Doesn't bother - join in
(%)
4.94 ± 1.59
0.0%
0.0%
14.3%
78.6%
7.1%
0.0%
Frequency of word use - derogatory
(1-7 ± SD)
Derogatory reaction? Bothers - speak out
(%)
Derogatory reaction? Bothers - ask someone else
(%)
Derogatory reaction? Bothers - ignore
(%)
Derogatory reaction? Doesn't bother - ignore
(%)
Derogatory reaction? Doesn't bother - feel accepted/included
(%)
Derogatory reaction? Doesn't bother - join in
(%)
6.29 ± 1.27
33.3%
11.1%
22.2%
33.3%
0.0%
0.0%

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Comments (primary residence)

"Pi Lambda Phi is very accepting and doesn't treat anyone differently based on their race, creed, or sexual orientation."

"At first I wasn't sure how well associating with LGBTQ would be received in a fraternity. I ended up asking bluntly during Rush, and I'm glad I did. My brothers have been nothing but supportive for me."

"I don't feel that being LGBTQ is important in my living group. what's important is what kind of person you are."

Comments (secondary residence)

"Pi Lambda Phi is very accepting and doesn't treat anyone differently based on their race, creed, or sexual orientation."

"I don't feel that being LGBTQ is important in my living group. what's important is what kind of person you are."

"Everyone I've come across in my experience at MIT and its dorms and FSILGs have been entirely accepting of or at least not opposed to LGBTQ lifestyles."

"At first he was just my bisexual roommate. Now he's my bestfriend and my brother. I couldn't have been luckier."

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