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U. Wyoming Sorority Fights Back Against Members Who Sued Over Trans Member

U. Wyoming Sorority Fights Back Against Members Who Sued Over Trans Member

Seven Kappa Kappa Gamma sisters sued the school, citing the trans member’s disturbing behavior, making them feel unsafe and vulnerable.

The Kappa Kappa Gamma chapter at the University of Wyoming hit back at its members who filed a lawsuit against the school after the chapter admitted a trans member last year.

The girls claim Artemis Langford, who is 6’2″ and 260lbs, “has become physically aroused around them.” They’re uncomfortable and feel vulnerable in their own house.

From Wyoming Tribune Eagle:

However, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Fraternal Council President Mary Pat Rooney and Kappa Kappa Building Co. filed their own motion to dismiss the amended complaint on the grounds the court lacks subject-matter jurisdiction over the company, lacks personal jurisdiction over Rooney and “the amended complaint fails to state a claim upon which the court can grant relief.”

“Rather than accept the results of their chapter’s decision to admit Langford, Plaintiffs bring sorority recruitment to this Court and ask that it declare her membership void ab initio,” the introduction of the memorandum of support stated. “Plaintiffs believe that Langford and anyone else who is not biologically born female should be ineligible for membership in Kappa.”

Their attorneys use nearly 30 pages of case law to back up the dismissal request and describe the complaint as “rife with false, inflammatory allegations that do not relate to the claims plaintiffs’ assert.” They argue that when putting aside the plaintiffs’ statements of “opinion and irrelevant allegations,” they fail to set for a cognizable legal chain.

The girls’ amended complaint states, “The Fraternity Council has betrayed the central purpose and mission of Kappa Kappa Gamma, by conflating the experience of being a woman with the experience of men engaging in behavior generally associated with women.”

The defendants argue that “no Kappa bylaw defines who qualifies as a ‘woman,’ and the sorority has allowed transgender women to qualify for membership since 2015 — before the plaintiffs sought membership.”

They also told the members if they didn’t like it, then resign from the sorority.

The snippets from the Wyoming Tribune Eagle sound like the chapter and school portray the girls as transphobes instead of addressing their concerns for their safety:

“Plaintiffs are wrong. Instead, they bring college gossip before this court and rehash stale boogeyman stories used to vilify the LGBTQ+ community for ages.

“Rumors such as these are not new and not unique to Ms. Langford. Plaintiffs simply follow an old playbook.”

“Ms. Langford exemplifies the best of what a Wyoming woman is,” Berkness concluded. “Yet she has been dragged before this court to defend herself against claims which do not require any party to name her personally or to wield repackaged versions of the same vicious rumors that have been used to vilify the transgender community for ages. Kappa Kappa Gamma openly accepted transgender members before any Plaintiff chose to join the sorority, yet they now ask this court to take away Ms. Langford’s seat at the table.

“Plaintiffs’ amended complaint is an abuse of this process and should be dismissed with prejudice.”

Dude. If the accusations against Langford are true, then we should worry about what makes a Wyoming woman.

The lawsuit, which identifies Langford as “Terry Smith,” alleges Langford has “had an erecting visible through his leggings” while watching the girls in the house or putting a pillow on his lap. Another girl claims he stood and watched her after she left a shower and wore only a towel.

At a lumber party, the girls said Langford asked them inappropriate questions about their bodies.


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it’d be a shame if all of his belongings were covered in pepper spray while he was in class.

not_a_lawyer | June 26, 2023 at 5:26 pm

The solution to all of this sexual confusion is really rather simple and inexpensive. There is no need to build ‘third bathrooms’ or institute third leagues of play.

Biological women get their own spaces, period. All others use the men’s spaces. This includes bathrooms, collegiate athletics, and even sorority houses.

The women clearly do not like what is happening to them, and I do not blame them. The men are unlikely to care much. The women are vulnerable; the men, not so much.


    rhhardin in reply to not_a_lawyer. | June 26, 2023 at 5:57 pm

    Just name everything by the legacy genitals. Penis room and vagina room, penis swimming and vagina swimming. Then it’s not sex discrimination, by the new rules.

    PuttingOnItsShoes in reply to not_a_lawyer. | June 27, 2023 at 6:57 pm

    The easiest thing would be to make the delineation along the sex chromosomes, for things like bathrooms and competitive sports. There’s an XX category and XY division.

    When all the relevant laws were written, such as title nine, the definition of a woman was an adult born with XX chromosomes. The definition of a man was an adult born with XY chromosomes. A girl was a pre-adult with XX chromosomes and a boy was a pre-adult with XY chromosomes. That’s how all the laws were written, so we should just go back to chromosomes

Girls who complain will be punished harshly. Maoism is a real thing

Again women are playing the victim (unsafe and vulnerable). Sue because he’s not a woman, and take being a woman as a positive value.

I thought membership in a sorority was determined by the other sorority members, not some leadership organization someplace.

    alaskabob in reply to georgfelis. | June 26, 2023 at 6:10 pm

    When social becomes socialist….. time to leave.

    Olinser in reply to georgfelis. | June 26, 2023 at 6:56 pm

    My understanding is that In this case allegedly there was a LOT of shady crap. The first actual secret ballot for this scumbag’s admission failed in a landslide, when the university demanded a revote and that they put their names on their ‘secret’ vote so they could ‘verify’ that only current members were voting.

    In other words, a very clear threat that their ‘secret’ votes for the 2nd vote were going to be nothing of the kind. And given they were all cowards, the 2nd vote passed.

    So frankly, these whiny ladies have nobody but themselves to blame. They caved under the pressure, despite the fact that there would be very clear PERSONAL consequences for their votes, and had to deal with the results.

‘At a lumber party, the girls said Langford asked them inappropriate questions about their bodies.’

Man those lumber parties are crazy.

You think the sorority provided the chainsaws, or did the girls have to bring their own?

Subotai Bahadur | June 26, 2023 at 6:38 pm

Depending on the courts to uphold what is viewed as right by most people is chimerical.

It is a pity that the Womens’ Movement destroyed any concept of chivalry the same way that the Daniel Penny case destroyed any concept of a “good Samaritan” and an upright citizen in New York City. All that is left is either pro-active self defense or just leaving organizations that want to eventually become exclusively Tranny-run.

Incidentally, y’all do realize that if any biological female is physically/sexually attacked by a Tranny, that the prosecutors and the courts will rule that she voluntarily placed herself at risk by staying there.

Subotai Bahadur

Time to dismember that member.

Take that any way you want. 😉

henrybowman | June 26, 2023 at 9:33 pm

“The defendants argue that “no Kappa bylaw defines who qualifies as a ‘woman'”

I bet no Kappa bylaw defines a “blanket party,” either.
Surprise pillow fight tonight, girls!

    CommoChief in reply to henrybowman. | June 26, 2023 at 10:01 pm

    A pillow case full of wrenches would change an attitude.

    Idonttweet in reply to henrybowman. | June 27, 2023 at 8:55 am

    Motion to adopt a new sorority by-law, to wit:

    “Men who have delusions of womanhood are not women and are not eligible for membership in the sorority. Likewise, women with delusions of manhood are not eligible for membership.

    We encourage members of both groups to seek out mental health treatment for their disorder. While the sorority supports their quest for improved mental health, their presence as members of the sorority is believed to be disruptive and potentially dangerous to our sisters who do not suffer from a serious mental health disorder.

    Further, while we wish to provide moral support, we cannot allow the desires of a small fractional minority of the population to outweigh the rights of our members to be safe, secure, and comfortable in their living conditions.”

    Just a thought.

We need more Kappa Kappa Gammas!

Should’ve joined the Omega Mus.

inspectorudy | June 27, 2023 at 6:01 pm

I feel for these women but as I have voiced my unpopular opinion before, it is up to them to create the changes needed to bring this whole transwoman crap out in the open. They have to boycott and protest any agency or organization that promotes this nonsense. I know it is hard, especially in college where there are so many things they are required to do, but it is still up to women to stop this stuff. A lawsuit is one way of course but a walkout of the sorority would have gotten much more coverage. I agree with the plaintiff that said if you don’t like it quit. In fact, every sorority can say that and then have their Bud Lite moment!