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I think that dating Black Greek men can be fun but it depends on that person's maturity and level of commitment to another person especially if groupies begin to come out of the woodwork.
I think that it is hard today to date and enter into a quality relationship, be they Greek, non Greek, educated, etc.
I suppose if you date someone in the Greek system there is that advantage that he will understand your reasons for being in a sorority, etc.
However I have met some real slimey fraternity boys in my day and pass them over for a GDI no prob . I didn't want him to chose between 2 things he loves so I decided for him; I left him.
As for the groupies, it's up to the member to keep them in check.
If you know you have a boyfriend or girlfriend (yes, sororities have groupies too) it's your responsibility to control yourself around them and make them aware the you're in a relationship and you're not going to have any foolishness.
I don't think it will make a difference, it's the relative maturity of the two people in the relationship that can make or break it.
The cool thing about my current boyfriend is that we were both rush chair at the same time and both chapter presidents at the same time.
I also found it interesting that when I wasn't doing anything with the Sorors, he was always out with his friends and they would come to me saying how he was complaining that we didn't spend enough time together.
It wasn't like he didn't know well in advance that I'd be in a meeting.
------------------ Kelli 12-DN-94 SSU c/o 1997 I've dated both Greek and Non-Greek, however my current boyfriend is a Sigma Chi.
I don't think there's a huge difference, if the guy is nice and treats you well then thats all that really matters.
My current boyfriend has never had issues with the time commitment (I'm speaking mostly from when I was still in school and most of my free time was with my GLO), he's always been supportive mostly understanding.