Several sorority sisters from the University of Wyoming are furious after a man who identifies as a woman was allowed to join Kappa Kappa Gamma.
The three college students, along with their attorney, appeared on “The Ingraham Angle” to explain why they’re fighting back against the inclusion of a biological male in their sorority.
21-year-old Artemis Langford joined the sorority in September 2022 and reportedly is expected to move into the sorority house in the next year.
“We were all shocked,” Hannah, one of the sorority sisters, told Fox News regarding Langford’s induction. “We were never told it was a unisex space.”
The national Kappa Kappa Gamma provided “The Ingraham Angle” with the following statement regarding the lawsuit:
“While we cannot comment in detail on this pending litigation, it contains numerous false allegations. Kappa Kappa Gamma values diversity and does not discriminate based on classes protected by state, local or federal law.”
A group of Sorority Sisters have filed a lawsuit against the University of Wyoming for allowing a transgender male to live in their sorority house.— Oli London (@OliLondonTV) May 16, 2023
The complaint was filed by 7 members of the Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority house arguing that the sorority is a “single-sex… pic.twitter.com/WxAGyjScSG
“Our national sorority has failed us,” Kappa Kappa Gamma member Jaylyn added.
The lawsuit alleges that Langford would sit in the sorority common area and stare at women walking past. It also alleges that he had visible erections when watching members enter the sorority house.
“They want everyone to believe that being a woman is nothing more than wearing lipstick and the pronouns that you use,” attorney Cassie Craven explained.