Frat Boys: Inside America's Fraternities

Genre: Documentary
Director(s): Chris Taylor


This programme contains

very strong language

and scenes which some viewers

may find disturbing.

America's frat boys.

Notorious for hard drinking...

..and even harder partying.

Bound by a secret

world of rituals...

He chose me. Bond has been made.

..and lifelong bonds

between fraternity brothers.

I can smell the other side,

put it that way, and I want it.

I'm doing it,

there's nothing stopping me.

Its members go on to become some of

the most powerful

and influential people in America.

Do I think he's putting in

the effort that we all have put in

to become a brother? No, I do not.

But they are also institutions

accused of creating

a culture of sexual abuse...

Woke up in this bed, like,

with no clothes on and I had no idea

where I was and I was so scared.

..and brutality towards

its new members.

I just remember that

I was lying there on that floor

and I didn't think

I was going to make it.

I'm not a man at all,

brothers, I'm a weak boy.

Here we have Kappa Sigma.

They are one of the fraternities

on campus right now.

Across America, thousands of college

students pledge allegiance

to a fraternity or

sorority each year.

Most are named after ancient

Greek letters.

It's a tradition stretching back

250 years.

In the back you have

Kappa Alpha Theta.

It's down there,

you can barely see it.

It's pretty nice. And then you have

Sigma Chi on the left.

Fraternities are elite

clubs that provide

accommodation for their members.

There's over 120 different

national organisations.

This is the AZD house,

Alpha Xi Delta.

Ben is in his third year at

the University of Central Florida.

A fraternity is a brotherhood.

It's an organisation of like-minded

people who are just

kind of together to meet

a common goal.

A sorority is the same thing

but with women.

You have an opportunity

to meet so much more people,

to become something greater

than yourself.

So are you

generally kind of the most

successful people on campus?

I don't want to stereotype,

but, yeah, we are.

We're way more successful.

Fraternities supply $3 billion worth

of housing

across university campuses,

and to live in a fraternity house

can cost students up to

$2,500 per term.

It's an investment in yourself,

to get an experience

you really can't get anywhere else

in the world.

This is the Gazoni Family

house on the right.

Ben is a brother in

the Gazoni Family, an independent

fraternity that has broken away

from one of the national groups.

This is Fish Bowl.

This is called Fish Bowl because

they built a fishbowl into the bar,

which is pretty cool.

Big Momma's house! This is Brandon.

The fraternity is currently home

to 78 active members.

When I grow up

I want to own a business.

I want to be a dentist and become

as successful as possible.

I want to be an engineer.

I want to become a sports agent

and represent all the top athletes

in the sports world.

But that's going to be a little

side job for me.

In order for me to become

successful and wealthy,

I'm probably going to want

to own my own company.

You've always got to dream big.

I want to drive that fast car, live

in a big house, have a lot of kids.

Always have high

expectations for yourself.

We're killing the rest

of the bottle...

Where's the bottle?


They also have certain expectations

of the girls who come

to visit the house.

I'm sure there's many

uses of this pole

but we typically...

It's just like an attraction.

People come to this room, like,

"Oh, my God, a stripper pole,"

and then come in and have fun.

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