Sorority Nightmare-Trans Member Stalked Sisters, Watched Them Undress, Became Aroused

Seven sorority sisters at the University of Wyoming are speaking out after filing a lawsuit over the inclusion of a “peeping” transgender member, who they say frequently menaced the girls and even spied on them while they undressed. In multiple media appearances this week, the sisters said they were forced to “live in constant fear” around the 6-foot-2, 260-pound biological male, prompting them to sue their university. The sisters filed their suit in March but made some of their first public appearances on The Megyn Kelly Show and The Ingraham Angle this week.

The Kappa Kappa Gamma members allege they were forced to accept the trans student, Artemis Langford, under pressure from the sorority’s national organization and fearing being labeled “transphobic.” After Langford was admitted in September 2022, he reportedly spent hours on end staring at the girls in the common area, at one point displaying “an erection visible through his leggings” and “Other times… a pillow in his lap,” according to court documents.

“One sorority member walked down the hall to take a shower, wearing only a towel. She felt an unsettling presence, turned, and saw [Langford] watching her silently.”

On Tuesday, one of the plaintiff sisters, Hannah, spoke to Fox News host Laura Ingraham and said the girls were never informed that the house was a unisex space.

“I can speak for myself saying I never thought this would happen to me, especially in a sorority and a space for women… We joined under the impression that it was a single-sex organization.”

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“That’s why we’re here today — we’re fighting for the importance of women’s spaces and what it truly means to be a woman,” another sister named Jalyn said. “We were promised from the beginning that we would have a sisterhood, meaning only females and our national sorority has failed us.”

On Monday, the girls spoke with host Megyn Kelly on her podcast and described being made to live in fear of the male “sister.”

“It’s a weird, gut-wrenching feeling that every time I leave my room, there’s a possibility that I’ll walk past him in the hall,” Hannah told Kelly. “It’s a weird feeling just to know that I could run into him anytime … [he has] full access to the house. But this just goes to show like we need women’s spaces for that reason.”

“Like our house is our home. Just like anyone else’s home, like you go home at the end of the day to feel comfortable and relaxed in your own skin. And you can’t do that knowing that this individual has full access to your house.”

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Langford, a former intern for the Wyoming Democratic Party, was admitted to the chapter per the national organization’s nondiscrimination policy, which is “based on factors including gender identity.”

In one incident described by court documents, Langford attended a slumber party at the sorority house and attempted to secretly photograph several of the girls while they were undressing before “repeatedly question[ing] the women about what vaginas look like, breast cup size, whether women were considering breast reductions and birth control.”

The national KKG organization has not commented on the ongoing litigation but said that the documents contain “numerous false allegations.”

“Kappa Kappa Gamma values diversity and does not discriminate based on classes protected by state, local, or federal law.”

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