Caitlyn Jenner Calls Transwoman Artemis Langford 'Perverted, Sexually Deviant Male' Who Doesn't 'Belong in Women's Spaces'
Caitlyn Jenner accused a fellow transwoman of being nothing more than a "sexually deviant male" in a scathing tirade during an interview with America Reports host Sandra Smith earlier this week.
This shocking back-and-forth occurred after transgender college student Artemis Langford chose to join a sorority at the University of Wyoming, later resulting in several members of the group suing the organization because they allegedly felt uncomfortable with Langford's presence.
Jenner, who transitioned and legally changed her name herself back in 2015, slammed Langford for making the decision to join the women's college group, insisting that "if you look at those pictures, what I have to say is, he is a perverted, sexually deviant male."
Added the 73-year-old, "I’m sorry, Artemis Langford, you are not a woman and you do not belong in women’s spaces.
"I was listening to Fox News the other night and Clay Travis, I think, put it just perfectly," Jenner continued. "He says living in this world, equality really, really has become inequality, and it’s so true because the women are not being protected here, and that is a shame."
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians alum noted she's been "fighting this woke world" for a "long time," specifically trying to "protect women's sports."
"And you know, you got to fight back all this B.S. Every day, tooth and nail," she continued.
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Jenner's opinions appeared to echo those of the three women who filed a lawsuit against the University's Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority for allowing Langford to join.
"We’re fighting for the importance of women’s spaces and what it truly means to be a woman," one of the women said. "We were promised from the beginning that we would have a sisterhood, meaning only females, and our national sorority has failed us."
"It’s a weird, gut-wrenching feeling that every time I leave my room there’s a possibility that I’ll walk past him in the hall," another sorority sister named Hannah told Megyn Kelly in a recent podcast episode, going on to repeatedly misgender Langford throughout the interview.
"It’s a weird feeling just to know that I could run into him anytime … (he has) full access to the house. But this just goes to show like we need women’s spaces for that reason," she continued. "Like our house is our home. Just like anyone else’s home, like, you go home at the end of the day to feel comfortable and relaxed in your own skin. And you can’t do that knowing that this individual has full access to your house."
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Mediaite reported Jenner's comments to Smith calling Langford a "deviant."