Doe v. Kappa Kappa Gamma
August 28, 2023
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Back in March, the feminist magazine Reduxx published an article about a lawsuit that had been filed by a group of sorority sisters in Wyoming against their sorority. The case is called Doe v. Kappa Kappa Gamma.
The crux of the plaintiffs’ argument was that the sorority had admitted a male student into the sorority and that the male student regularly watched them undress, in violation of their rights and in violation of the sorority’s own by-laws limiting membership to women. Reduxx reported today that the complaint has been dismissed. This post is about that decision, which is available here.
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