Two women were removed as alumnae of their sorority after pushing for the sorority to allow only biological women as members.
Patsy Levang and Cheryl Tuck-Smith were expelled from Kappa Kappa Gamma after they supported and fundraised for a lawsuit to remove Artemis Langford, a trans-identifying biological male as a member. The two women had been affiliated with the sorority for 50 years before they were expelled. Levang had previously been a Kappa Kappa Gamma National Foundation president.
“My heart was saddened when the current six council members voted me out. However, I will not be quiet about the truth,” Levang said in a statement.
Tuck-Smith said she was “hurt” by the termination but also “disturbed” that the sorority has become “a political tool rather than an organization