Maddie Ramar joins She Thinks podcast as part of a special mini-series with the plaintiffs in the Westenbroek v. Kappa Kappa Gamma lawsuit in anticipation of the upcoming oral arguments on May 14. In our discussion, guest host Julie Gunlock dives into Ramar’s journey of becoming more politically active due to her experience enduring the encroachment of a biological male into a space meant for women, the KKG sorority house. Sororities are supposed to be a safe space for women and for sisterhood, and Ramar is advocating for the preservation of female-only spaces despite the criticism raised against her from KKG headquarters and senior leadership.

Maddie Ramar is an ambassador at Independent Women’s Forum and plaintiff in the KKG lawsuit. Ramar is a current KKG member and is continuing to fight for the preservation of women’s spaces in sororities across the country.