I’ve been a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma since joining the sorority in college. But according to the organization’s standards, I should be expelled from the group and barred from associating with it. In fact, I might even welcome such a move.

This week, two Kappa alumni were removed from the organization for supporting a lawsuit that accuses Kappa of abandoning its ideals and commitment to members’ well-being. The lawsuit was filed by six members of the University of Wyoming’s Kappa Kappa Gamma chapter who were forced to share their intimate spaces with a biological man after he was admitted into the group. Despite the girls’ extreme discomfort at having to use the restroom and change in front of a 6-foot-2-inch, 260-pound man who decided he identifies as a girl, the sorority’s national organization refused to act or even take the girls’ concerns seriously, the lawsuit says.

Patsy Levang and Cheryl Tuck-Smith — both Kappa alumni who have been affiliated with the group at the University of Wyoming for more than 50 years, with Levang even serving as a former president of the Kappa Kappa Gamma National Foundation — came out in support of the girls’ lawsuit. Their reasoning was simple: They wanted “to advocate for and protect those members who were told they are not welcome in the Fraternity unless they disavow the very principles upon which the Fraternity was founded.”

In response, Kappa’s national council voted to terminate Levang’s and Tuck-Smith’s membership, claiming the women violated the organization’s standards by speaking to the media without the national office’s permission and encouraging other Kappa alumni to support the lawsuit vocally and financially.

This is an organization created by and for women that would rather side with a man who has been deluded into believing he isn’t one than with two women who have dedicated the majority of their lives to serving Kappa Kappa Gamma and the girls it represents. So much for sisterhood.

A group that abandons its members and sacrifices their interests on the altar of woke orthodoxy is not a group worth supporting. The University of Wyoming’s Kappa sisters should not be forced to give up their privacy and safety to accommodate the feelings of a confused man — nor should any woman, for that matter. And if this is the direction Kappa Kappa Gamma is heading toward, I’ll do them a favor and spare them the paperwork: I kick myself out.