Wyoming US District Court Judge Alan Johnson dismissed a lawsuit against Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority over a transgender member. The lawsuit was brought by six members of the sorority who said that the transgender person, Artemis Langford, made them feel uncomfortable and had sexually harassed them. Langford was permitted to have residency in the sorority house, although biological men normally do not have this privilege. The judge stated that the court would not define what a “woman” is, as the bylaws of Kappa Kappa Gamma did not clearly make that distinction, either.
Judge dismissed lawsuit challenging Kappa Kappa Gamma’s induction of transgender student at University of Wyoming | CNN
Federal judge dismisses University of Wyoming students’ lawsuit against trans sorority member | Fox News
Judge dismisses lawsuit by sorority sisters who sought to block a transgender woman from joining | AP News
Judge rejects sorority sisters’ lawsuit blocking trans woman Artemis Langford from joining
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Rules allow transgender woman at Wyoming chapter, and a court can’t interfere, sorority says | AP News
Oli London on X: “This biological man was allowed to join the Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority at the University of Wyoming. 6 sorority sisters filed a lawsuit saying that he repeatedly sexually harassed them and exposed himself while living in the sorority house. Today a district judge dismissed… https://t.co/wMjm1MX8nd” / X