Wyoming fraternity members sue school for peeping trans ‘sister’
Members of a University of Wyoming fraternity said they felt “endangered” if a transgender woman was allowed to move into their home next semester.
Seven members of Kappa Kappa Gamma filed a lawsuit against the school, claiming that Artemis Langford was visibly agitated in their company.
The 21-year-old member, who is 6 feet tall and weighs 260 pounds, does not yet live at the home but spends “significant” time there with 50 other young women.
The university gave Langford permission to move into the home in September, which the women said created a sense of vulnerability.
“It’s really awkward,” one of the young women, Hannah, told Megyn Kelly on her podcast Monday.
“Some of the girls have been sexually assaulted or sexually harassed. Some girls live in our homes in constant fear. Men are not allowed on the second floor of our home except for moving in and out.”
Hannah explained that the domain is a “female only space” and is meant to be a “safe place for us to rest at night.”
The women said they understand that a trans woman like Langford also needs to be protected and have a safe space of her own — but moving into their home is not the solution.
“A special permit was granted for his safety, but not for us,” Ellie told Kelly. “They’ve decided that the person doesn’t have to live in the house, but that person gets preferential treatment. (Langford) still comes to our house, joins dinners and sits in chairs to watch the girls.”
The women’s lawsuit alleges that Langford stared at the girls in a common area for hours without speaking.
“A grown man does not become a woman simply because he tells others that he has a female ‘gender identity’ and that he believes he is acting in a stereotypically female manner,” the lawsuit reads.
“The Fraternity Council betrayed the central purpose and mission of Kappa Kappa Gamma by blending the experience of being a woman with the experience of men exhibiting behaviors commonly associated with women.”
The lawsuit also alleged that Langford “had an erection that was visible through his leggings as he watched the members enter the sorority house.” At another time, he had a pillow on his lap.”
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The women are seeking unspecified damages and termination of Langford’s sorority membership.
“We’ve lost a few members because of this,” said member Cassie. “I refuse to undermine my rights as a woman for the comfort of a man. Everyone needs to be treated with dignity… but there is a line, and it has been crossed.
“We can’t let the woke culture decide what sisterhood is. It’s a shared experience. It’s growth and development. This experience does not do this person justice at all.”
https://torontosun.com/news/world/sorority-members-sue-school-after-peeping-trans-sister-allowed-in-safe-space Wyoming fraternity members sue school for peeping trans ‘sister’