WY Judge Rejects Lawsuit Blocking “Trans Woman (A Man) From Joining Sorority”

Here we go again America.

Another intentionally ignorant public official has rejected the opportunity to re-affirm what a woman is.

In reality, for any group of people striving to exist in a community setting under laws established by those entrusted to govern the citizenry, certain absolutes must be agreed upon and in place in the legal system’s canon of law for order to be present.

One of the pillars of society that has existed since “In the beginning” has been the nature of humans as two distinct genders, male and female, which until recently has been one of those absolutes found in nations worldwide.

But under the increasing influence of communism in the public square, in education, in the media, and on corporate executive boards, the norms used to build the United States into the most powerful nation on Earth are being attacked and slowly redefined.

On March 23, 2022, U.S. Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson shocked most reasonable people with her response to Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), who asked the judge to define the word “woman.”


In the red state of Wyoming, US District Court Judge Alan Johnson dismissed a lawsuit contesting a transgender woman’s admission into a sorority at the University of Wyoming, ruling that he could not override how the private, voluntary organization defined a woman and ordered that she (he) not belong.

A federal court cannot interfere with the sorority chapter’s freedom of association by ruling against its vote to induct Artemis Langford in Sept. 2022, Johnson ruled Friday.

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

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The lawsuit alleged that members felt uneasy around Langford — identified under the male pseudonym Terry Smith in the suit — with one member allegedly witnessing Langford get physically aroused.

“Mr. Smith has, while watching members enter the sorority house, had an erection visible through his leggings,” the suit claimed. “Other times, he has had a pillow in his lap.”

In his ruling, Judge Johnson found that sorority bylaws don’t define who’s a woman.

“With its inquiry beginning and ending there, the court will not define a ‘woman’ today,” the judge wrote.

Rachel Berkness, Langford’s attorney, welcomed the court’s ruling and dismissed the allegation that her client, a 6-foot-2, 260-pound trans student, was a “sexual predator.”

“The University of Wyoming chapter voted to admit — and, more broadly, a sorority of hundreds of thousands approved — Langford,” he added.

So even though Artemis Langford is a physically large male sexually attracted to women, the judge would not allow Langford to be blocked from living in a woman’s only sorority house.

So much for women’s rights, so much for the #metoo movement’s influence in issues involving “transgender” individuals.



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