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The lawsuit launched by six sorority sisters opposed to the trans-identifying male moving into the sorority house was rejected by a judge who said, “The court will not define a ‘woman’.”
The lawsuit was filed in March against the national sorority organization, its national council president, and Artemis Langford, the transgender-identifying male who was accepted into the University of Wyoming’s chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma in September 2022.
A lawsuit filed by sorority members at the University of Wyoming to block a transgender woman from joining has been dismissed by a judge — despite allegations the student was a “sexual predator” who got physically aroused around them.
Since the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority bylaws do not define what a “woman” is, Wyoming US District Judge Alan Johnson ruled he could not proceed with the lawsuit and dismissed the matter on Friday, according to reports.
“With its inquiry beginning and ending there, the court will not define a ‘woman’ today,” Johnson wrote.
Johnson ruled that a federal court could not interfere with the sorority chapter’s freedom of association by ruling against its vote to induct trans student Artemis Langford last year.
“The University of Wyoming chapter voted to admit — and, more broadly, a sorority of hundreds of thousands approved — Langford,” Johnson wrote in his ruling.
“The delegate of a private, voluntary organization interpreted ‘woman,’ otherwise undefined in the nonprofit’s bylaws, expansively; this Judge may not invade Kappa Kappa Gamma’s freedom of expressive association and inject the circumscribed definition Plaintiffs urge.”
Source: New York Post
No one wants to say the things that we all know are true lest they enrage the radical gender activists and get accused of “genocide” for refusing to affirm the delusion that men can magically become women and vice versa on their say-so.
But it is with female-only spaces that gender ideology is hitting a wall — mostly with women who insist that there is a reason that sex-segregated spaces exist.
The case of transgender-identifying male Artemis Langford attempting to live in a sorority house at the University of Wyoming appears to be a prime example of why women’s only spaces need to be protected.
Several young women in the sorority have complained that Langford’s presence makes them uncomfortable. While he often hides his groin area with a pillow, he has been spotted with a visible erection around the women once. The 6’2″, approximately 260 lb man has sat watching the young women in their yoga class for an hour, peeped on them as they changed their clothes after a slumber party, and asked uncomfortable personal questions such as what their vaginas look like, breast cup size, whether women were considering breast reductions, and about birth control.
As Reduxx reports, the vote to allow Langford into the sorority raises some serious questions about how this delicate situation was handled by Kappa Kappa Gamma leadership.
Langford was admitted to KKG last September following the results of a vote, enabled by the language put forward in the sorority’s “inclusivity” guide. However, not all of the women were pleased with the decision, with some alleging that they had felt pressured into accepting him against their will.
Last year, one sorority member came forward to state that the women were initially promised anonymity in regards to the voting process, only to then be required to identify themselves on the online ballot form. This resulted in women feeling “intimidated” with voicing their concerns about a male entering the sorority.
In a meeting held to discuss Langford’s potential candidacy, KKG chapter leaders, including the president and membership chair, allegedly dismissed the concerns of women who expressed discomfort.
KKG leadership downplayed the concerns that women had about sharing a residence with a man who says on his Tinder profile that he is “sexually interested in women.”
“If your only concerns are about [him] living in the house, you are thinking too far down the road,” and “if you have something to say about this that isn’t kind or respectful, keep it to yourself” they advised the women.
At a meeting to hold a vote on Langford’s candidacy, several members spoke out defending the move to allow a man to join the sorority.
“Regardless of what your political views are, our Kappa values are acceptance and kindness so if that is something that you disagree with, that’s not in line with Kappa values,” allegedly said one.
“If you vote no, it better be for issues with that new member or else it’s homophobic,” another member is alleged to have said.
Of course, all of that was before Langford was allegedly creepily watching the young women in the sorority house.
This claim of “homophobia” against Langford is the latest criticism leveled against the women filing the lawsuit. A local sympathetic profile on Langford in the local outlet, Wyofile, used this framework — as a transgender-identifying male interested in women, Langford qualifies as “gay” according to the convoluted (and nonsensical) gender ideology.
Several Kappa Kappa Gamma sisters and their lawyer, Cassie Craven, appeared on Megyn Kelly’s podcast in May to discuss the situation.
We are at the point that even the courts are siding with the feelings of gender-confused men despite the risks that this potentially poses to the safety of young women and girls.
We live in a time when women’s rights are being deliberately undermined by radical gender activists.
As someone who was skeptical of the idea of a patriarchy in the Year of Our Lord Twenty-Twenty-Three, this new form of patriarchy that wears a dress and lipstick is far more insidious than the iteration that feminists of the 70s through the 2010s were warning about.