Monday, September 04, 2023


The law is very iffy depending upon the state if a private organization or business can discriminate against us. So for Wyoming this is a surprise!
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit challenging the induction of a transgender woman at the University of Wyoming's Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority.

U.S. District Judge Alan B. Johnson ruled on behalf of Artemis Langford and the sorority, stating the court would not define a woman since Kappa Kappa Gamma had failed to "expansively" define the gender in its bylaws.

"The University of Wyoming chapter voted to admit -- and, more broadly, a sorority of hundreds of thousands approved -- Langford," Johnson wrote in his 41-page ruling Friday.

"With its inquiry beginning and ending there, the court will not define 'woman' today. The delegate of a private, voluntary organization interpreted 'woman,' otherwise undefined in the nonprofit's bylaws, expansively; this judge may not invade Kappa Kappa Gamma's freedom of expressive association and inject the circumscribed definition plaintiffs urge," the ruling said.

Yeah! Some common sense wins. The question is about inclusion not exclusion, if they blocked someone because of a protected class that is one thing, but when you include all it is not discrimination.

TMZ had this about the ruling that caught my eye, your friend and mine (I’m being sarcastic folks)...
Caitlyn Jenner chimed on in this case, siding with the sorority sisters suing ... saying Langford wasn't a "true trans" woman.


  1. I wonder what the reaction is going to be at the sorority's national level. Asking for birth certificates? Physical examinations? Medical records? Finally, a jurist who did not want to make law.

  2. We all know Jenner is a truscum.