Judge dismisses sorority sisters’ lawsuit attempting to block transgender woman from joining: ‘the court will not define a woman today’

A judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by University of Wyoming sorority sisters contesting the admission of a transgender woman whom they accused of being a sexual predator.

Six members of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority chapter had challenged Artemis Langford’s admission by casting doubt on whether sorority rules allowed a transgender woman.

A district court judge found in favor of the sorority and Langford, ruling that the sorority’s bylaws – as a private, voluntary organization – don’t define who’s a woman.



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