While bro culture doesn't condone real violence towards women, it certainly implies it. After all, the very word "slay" means to kill violently. Take the piece Calling Girls Sluts on BrosLikeThisSite: "Bros dig power, and to be honest there is nothing more empowering than calling girls sluts. Honestly, does it get any better than cruising the streets with your bros and constantly saying, “Oh, look at these f*cking sluts!” every time you pass by a group of girls. Answer: No, it doesn’t." Apparently, degrading women is the ultimate sign of power in Bro World.
My friends and I regard BroBible, BrosLikeThisSite, and TotalFratMove with equal parts horror and fascination. They're funny enough to keep popping up on my Facebook newsfeed, but there has to be an element of truth in how women are perceived. The possibility of this truth is deeply worrying. Directly falling under the category of "sorostitute" or "whorority girl", we are objectified and denigrated to nameless things that bros slay at mixers. On TotalFratMove, sorority girls have begun to post TSMs about their slavish obedience to frat boys with trust funds. These websites are meant to be strongly ironic, but they cross the line from satire to reality when girls use these demeaning terms on themselves. By employing this vocabulary without any intent of reclaiming these terms, girls are enacting this violence on themselves.