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Longtime Sorority Members Expelled For Supporting Lawsuit Against Trans Member

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Two longtime sorority alumni, Patsy Levang and Cheryl Tuck-Smith, have been removed from Kappa Kappa Gamma for advocating membership restrictions to biological women only.

The two were expelled after supporting a lawsuit aiming to remove a particular transgender member.

The fallout from the lawsuit has been described as disappointing, with one plaintiff noting that the decision is nothing less than a form of retaliation against women. (Trending: Court Hands Down Crucial 2nd Amendment Ruling)

“It was really disappointing to hear that they’re being dismissed because this is retaliation against women, and it’s supposed to be an organization meant for women,” alumni Allie Coghan said.

“So to hear that they didn’t want to see these brave women sticking up for us and supporting us, then, I mean, where are we supposed to go? Where are women supposed to go if a women’s organization isn’t going to stick up for itself?”

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

“There the issue is going to be Kappa’s bylaws protect women. It says that only women can be members,” lawyer May Mailman stated.

“So the big question for the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals is what is a woman? Do you know what a woman is? This is something that we don’t expect to be a very difficult legal brief to write. But we do hope that the 10th Circuit understands reality, has seen women around them, can spot one, understands what one is.”

The sorority responded by stating they do not publicly share information about policy violations leading to disciplinary action.

The case is now before the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, focusing on the question of defining a woman in relation to the sorority’s bylaws.

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