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Here's Why a Sorority Dismissed Two Longtime Members

Jared Soares

In recent months, Townhall has reported how a sorority at the University of Wyoming made headlines for allowing a biological male who believes that he is a “transgender woman” to join. Predictably, there were women inside the sorority who pushed back against this decision. 

Townhall previously reported that seven past and present members of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority filed a lawsuit over the situation. 

In the lawsuit, the women alleged that he “watched” members of the sorority and has had “an erection visible through his leggings” or “has had a pillow in his lap.” One time, at a slumber party, he was asked to leave, and said he’d leave “after you fall asleep.” The suit also said that Langford “repeatedly questioned the women about what vaginas look like, breast cup size, whether women were considering breast reductions and birth control.”

Some members of the sorority bravely spoke out in an interview with Megyn Kelly about the situation, which Townhall also covered.

This week, the Independent Women’s Forum revealed that the sorority involved in the situation, Kappa Kappa Gamma, kicked out two longtime members who were opposed to the organization’s decision to allow a male to join. 

Reportedly, the two alumnae – Patsy Levang and Cheryl Tuck-Smith – were booted out for “violating a host of policies by using the organization’s contact list for fundraise for the female students’ legal defense and by disparaging the sorority’s decision to admit a male student in various media interviews.” 

Both women were warned that they may be dismissed, according to National Review. This was pending a vote by the fraternity council. KKG claimed that it had received complaints from other alumni who were “solicited” by Levang and Tuck-Smith to donate money to the plaintiffs on the website GiveSendGo.

In addition, the organization pointed out that both women gave interviews to local, regional, and national media outlets without permission.

IWF noted that both women were kicked out by national leadership, effective immediately. 

“I was hurt when I was terminated as a member of KKG, but also disturbed that KKG has become a political tool rather than an organization that promotes women. My dismissal simply spurs me on to educate others about the dangers of DEI which in reality does not support diversity, equity and inclusion,” Cheryl Tuck-Smith told IWF.

“My heart was saddened when the current six council members voted me out, however, I will not be quiet about the truth,” Patsy Levang said.

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