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 William Hurley - Hope College

April 26, 2023

Members of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority at the University of Wyoming filed a lawsuit against the national organization, as well as other individuals involved, for admitting a male who identifies as a transgender woman into the sorority.

The lawsuit alleged that the national Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority has ignored its own charter and bylaws by allowing a male named Artemis Langford to enter the all-female sorority at the University of Wyoming. The sorority requires members to be women.

Most recently, a judge ruled not to grant the plaintiffs anonymity. The ruling also noted the heightened requirements of anonymity because of the interest of the public in the case.

Most of the plaintiffs, choosing to continue the lawsuit, revealed their names as Jaylyn Westenbroek, Hannah Holtmeier, Allison Coghan, Grace Choate, Madeline Ramar and Megan Kosar, according to an amended filing.

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May 15, 2023

Megyn Kelly is joined by Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority sisters and their lawyer, Cassie Craven, to speak out for the first time about their lawsuit over a biological man being admitted to their sorority despite members not voting and being silenced, who is at fault for this disturbing intrusion on previously female-only spaces, how this is part of a larger women’s rights issue, and more.

 

May 15, 2023

Megyn Kelly is joined by Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority sisters and their lawyer, Cassie Craven, to discuss the disturbing allegations against Kappa’s transgender member, the betrayal and fear these women feel in their own home, why it’s important for women to fight back, and more.

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Oct 17, 2023

Megyn Kelly is joined by Britt Mayer, founder of Rooted Wings, to talk about the Washington Post writing a puff profile of "Artemis" the trans sorority sister, how it's never enough to just allow people to live their lives, the use of "autism" as an explanation for "Artemis" actions, the decline of journalism, and more.

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