Kappa Kappa Gamma Sisters Sue After Sorority Allows Trans Woman to Join

Author: Christopher Wiggins

Six women suing the sorority Kappa Kappa Gamma for allowing a transgender sister to join its University of Wyoming chapter have responded to the sorority’s assertion that the lawsuit was frivolous.The June 20 court filing by Langford accuses the women of spewing “dehumanizing mud” and attacking transgender people. Aside from that, the inductee claims the complaint is too long and complicated for the court to handle, according to Cowboy State Daily.

The plaintiffs concede that the complaint is long, but they argue that the information they provide is pertinent and methodical.

“Respectfully, Langford’s argument seems to reflect anger at the allegations made about his conduct, not ambiguity about the claims made by Plaintiffs,” the women state in their filing while misgendering Langford.

In response to a judge’s ruling that the case cannot be handled anonymously, one of the seven Kappa Kappa Gamma members who were originally suing dropped out of the case.

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Author: Christopher Wiggins


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