MSNBC did a sympathetic interview with a transgender sorority member from the University of Wyoming, after the student was accused of “peeping” on girls, photographing them and asking them about their sex lives and genitals, according to allegations in a lawsuit.
Artemis Langford is a transgender student – a biological male – who joined the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority chapter last October. Girls came forward in a suit in March expressing their discomfort with sharing living quarters with Langford.
The left-wing network’s host, Yasmin Vossoughian, interviewed Langford Sunday and suggested that the trans sorority member’s story was about a lack of acceptance among the girls in the sorority. Vossoughian called Langford a “brave woman.”