Over 6-Foot-Tall, 260-Pound Man in Sorority Has Female Residents Living in ‘Constant Fear’

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A group of sorority sisters in Wyoming say some members “live in constant fear” of a 6-foot-2, 260-pound man who was allowed to join their sorority.

Seven past and present members of the Kappa Kappa Gamma chapter at the University of Wyoming have filed a lawsuit against the sorority for allowing Artemis Langford, a man who identifies as a woman, to join their chapter in September, according to the Cowboy State Daily.

Langford, identified in the lawsuit under the pseudonym Terry Smith, is also named as a defendant. The suit insists that he isn’t a woman just because he identifies as such.

“An adult human male does not become a woman just because he tells others that he has a female ‘gender identity’ and behaves in what he believes to be a stereotypically female manner,” says the suit filed with the U.S. District Court for Wyoming on Monday.

The seven anonymous women are accusing the sorority of “[betraying] the central purpose and mission of Kappa Kappa Gamma by conflating the experience of being a woman with the experience of men engaging in behavior generally associated with women.”

Langford has not slept in the sorority house but has turned up for meals and other events, according to the Cowboy State Daily. He is reportedly expected to move into the house next year.

Appearing on Megyn Kelly’s podcast this week, one of the seven women involved in the suit told Kelly she is uncomfortable having Langford in the Kappa Kappa Gamma house.

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