What used to be a world of private spheres, from our homes to personal interactions, has become a liberal minefield.
But never would anyone anticipate the bold imposition of leftist ideology into our places of refuge. Yet, that’s precisely the monstrous reality unfolding at the University of Wyoming.
In the sorority house of Kappa Kappa Gamma, a group of young women find their oasis of peace invaded by a mountainous, six-foot-two, 260-pound figure, Artemis Langford, who declares himself a ‘lady’.
We’re not talking about any sorority prank here. This is real, as real as the lawsuit that these brave sisters are filing against the national sorority organization, its president, and the intruder.
The sisters refer to Langford as ‘he’ and ‘him’ because calling this hulking figure ‘she’ seems as appropriate as calling a lion a house cat.
The ladies’ nightmare isn’t waiting for him to move in next year; it’s already started. Their meals and events have turned into anxiety-inducing encounters, with his looming presence being about as welcome as a skunk at a garden party.
What these ladies once called home has become a house of horror. Their sanctuary, where they’d let down their hair and relax, is now a co-ed zone. Their haven has been breached.
A sorority house is supposed to be a safe space, different from co-ed dorms. But who can feel safe with the boogeyman living next door?
Imagine your horror if you found yourself, towel-clad, being watched silently by Langford in the hallway. Worse still, he’s been accused of being visibly aroused during these episodes. One might ask the people who gave Langford access to the house: Would they want their daughters to endure such discomfort?
This blatant disregard for the women’s security in favor of Langford’s is an abominable insult. Many of the girls are considering leaving their beloved sorority due to this violation. But one courageous student declares, “I will not let him take these opportunities away from me.”
We’re staring at the alarming sacrifice of basic biological truths for the sake of ‘cultural inclusivity’. It’s as though reason took a holiday and never returned.
Unfortunately, the national Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, its national council president, and Langford are all exerting pressure on the local chapter to abandon their own bylaws. These women are now seeking legal recourse to annul Langford’s membership and are seeking damages.
In response to these claims, Kari Kittrell Poole, the sorority’s executive director, shrugged them off as “false allegations” without specifying which were untrue. According to her, the sorority does not discriminate based on gender identity.
But what about the rights and safety of these young women? It’s time to say enough of this hazardous placation and stand up for America’s women. The ladies of Kappa Kappa Gamma deserve nothing less.