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In an interview with conservative YouTube journalist Megyn Kelly on Monday, Jaylyn Westenbroek, Hannah Holtmeier, and Elizabeth Renkert discussed their lawsuit against the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. Westenbroek and Holtmeier are the plaintiffs in the case, while Renkert serves as a key witness.
Their legal action alleges that the sorority's national chapter pressured the Wyoming chapter into accepting transgender member Artemis Langford by coercing female members to vote in favor of Langford's induction, said the Cowboy State Daily news publication.
During the interview, Westenbroek expressed her frustration, stating, "It felt like our values and concerns were disregarded. That's precisely why I'm here today, to defend women's spaces. This fight is about women's rights for our generation."
According to the women, many residents of the sorority house feel uncomfortable living with Langford, who is 6-foot-2 and weighs approximately 260 pounds. Westenbroek mentioned that some members have experienced sexual assault or harassment in their pasts.
The women emphasized the importance of having private spaces designated for women and the sense of sisterhood they foster. Holtmeier added, "Our house is our home, just like anyone else's home. At the end of the day, you should be able to feel comfortable and at ease in your own skin."
As of Tuesday afternoon, Langford had not responded to a request for comment.