Female Students Sue Sorority For Admitting Male Student

  • Seven female University of Wyoming students are suing their sorority for inducting a man, arguing that the move violates Kappa Kappa Gamma’s corporate charter and imperils the safety and historic gender exclusivity of the sisterhood.
  • The plaintiffs, collectively and anonymously referred to as “Jane Doe” in the March complaint obtained by National Review, petitioned the court to order KKG to nullify the transgender-identifying man’s admission and abandon its unauthorized gender-inclusion policy.
  • “The claim alleges that the leadership of Kappa Kappa Gamma Fraternity have breached their contract to provide a single sex experience to its members,” Cassie Craven, an attorney representing the seven women in the case, told National Review. “Women are entitled to single sex experiences and single sex spaces. Women’s rights deserve protection.”