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    Delta Gamma Sorority Girl Email From University Of Maryland Chapter Is Insane And Amazing

    Contrary to what the opening scene of "Legally Blonde" would have us believe, sororities aren't all rah-rah sisterhood. At University of Maryland's Delta Gamma chapter, there are right ways and wrong ways to be a sorority sister. And according to the most incredible (and insane) email ever, the Delta Gamma sisters are seriously messing sh*t up during Greek Week.

    The email, which was leaked to Gawker and Deadspin, is from the chair of the "lower-tier" house, apparently in reference to her sisters' lack of loyalty and abundance of awkwardness toward the "pretty good frat" they were matched up with for Greek Week. We're just so happy this letter is being shared with the world -- we even learned a few new choice phrases.

    Here are the 11 most incredible lines from this highly deranged email:

        "Tie yourself down to whatever chair you're sitting in, because this email is going to be a rough f**king ride."

        "For those of you that have your heads stuck under rocks, which apparently is the majority of this chapter, we have been F**KING UP"

        "I've been getting texts on texts about people LITERALLY being so f**king AWKWARD and so f**king BORING."

        "I do not give a flying f**k, and Sigma Nu does not give a flying f**k, about how much you f**king love to talk to your sisters."

        "Newsflash you stupid c*cks: FRATS DON'T LIKE BORING SORORITIES."


        "I will f**king c*nt punt the next person I hear about doing something like that"

        "I would rather have 40 girls that are fun, talk to boys, and not f**king awkward than 80 that are f**king f*ggots."

        "I pity you because I don't know how you got this far in life, and with that in mind don't f**king show up unless you're going to stop being a goddamn c*ck block for our chapter."

        "I swear to f**king God if I see anyone being a goddamn boner at tonight's event, I will tell you to leave even if you're sober."

        "And for those of you who are offended at this email, I would apologize but I really don't give a f**k."

    Facebook Removes Photo Of Breast Cancer Survivor's Tattoo, Users Fight Back

    In a move criticized by many, Facebook removed a photo of a breast cancer survivor's large chest tattoo, citing a violation of its strict nudity policy, UPI reports.

    However, the social networking site has since backtracked on its decision, allowing the photo to stay on the Custom Tattoo Design's Facebook page.

    In an email to The Huffington Post, Fred Wolens of Facebook Policy Communications explained the move, writing "Mastectomy photos don't violate our content standards and are permitted on the site."

    The announcement comes after Lee Roller of the Ontario-based Custom Tattoo Design -- the photo's original poster -- reposted the striking image and asked other users to share the photo.

    n the latest reposting of the cancer survivor's tattoo photo, Roller explained:
    Facebook keeps removing the post in 24hour as an offensive photo do [sic] to nudity. However we feel this woman is both brave and strong so were going to post it anyways and ask for your awareness and support; Please like and share this photo quickly to show your support for this and many other women who have lost so much.
    As of Wednesday afternoon, the image had already been shared more than 138,000 times.

    This is not the first time the photo has been circulated on the social networking site. The tattoo design was also posted by Middle Aged Woman Talking in October and the Tennessee Breast Cancer Coalition in January. Neither of those posts has been removed by Facebook.

    The photo of Inga Duncan Thornell, a breast cancer survivor who underwent a mastectomy, was borrowed from the book Bodies of Subversion: A Secret History of Women and Tattoo.

    In the past, Facebook has swiftly removed photos said to be in violation of its community standards. In February, four breastfeeding photos were pulled from a "Respect the Breast" community page. More recently, in November, Facebook also censored a photo of an elbow that resembled a woman's breast within 24 hours of its posting.

    Facebook's community standards governing nudity and pornography are as follows:
    Facebook has a strict policy against the sharing of pornographic content and any explicitly sexual content where a minor is involved. We also impose limitations on the display of nudity. We aspire to respect people’s right to share content of personal importance, whether those are photos of a sculpture like Michelangelo's David or family photos of a child breastfeeding.

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