At the start of the show, when we first meet the main players in storyline of ABC Family's onyesha Greek, we are introduced to the stereotypical "WASPy" type character of Evan Chambers.
Evan is pinned as the "New England" preppy type and, without any back story to start off with, we are drawn to this conclusion from the type of Fraternity he belongs to (argyle jumpers, blazers and shati brigade)and the attitude taken towards Cappie (without knowing any back story between the two at the start) and his hick gang of brothers. A very 2D stereotypical character that people upendo to plot against.
I’m a shabiki of the TV onyesha Greek. It’s a fun little dramady that has been compared with Boy Meets World (my inayopendelewa sitcom in the world), and it has the added element of being gay-friendly. However, I recently found myself offended from the episode “Engendered Species”, which contains a section of dialog I find sexist in a women-against-men direction.
The relevant part of the story involves Casey taking a Women’s Studies class along with Cappie, who claims he wants to broaden his horizons. Cappie does surprisingly well (though he’s careful to throw out the odd sexist maoni to keep...