'Find Your Voices, Ladies': Megyn Kelly Warns Women to Stand Up to Trans Movement Encroaching In Their Spaces

'Find Your Voices, Ladies': Megyn Kelly Warns Women to Stand Up to Trans Movement Encroaching In Their Spaces

During her show on Wednesday, Megyn Kelly expressed a passionate opinion and urged women to stand up for their spaces against transgender-identifying males, declaring in a raised voice, “Find your voices, ladies!”

On her podcast, “The Megyn Kelly Show” on Sirius XM, the host and her guests discussed a controversial case involving a Kappa Kappa Gamma chapter suing over the requirement to admit a trans-identifying man into their residence, the Daily Wire reported.

“If we don’t find our voices and start speaking up against this nonsense, we can kiss every woman’s space goodbye!” Kelly shouted. “We can kiss women’s rights goodbye.”

“We can kiss sororities goodbye,” she added. “We can take off our tops and our underwear and do our yoga in front of perverted men who just want to get off watching us til the cows come home. Stick your daughter in the sorority, let ‘em at her.”

“Find your voices, ladies — and the men who support us,” Kelly continued. “Otherwise, this is our future. I’m sorry. I’m done. I’m done. I don’t want to deal with this s*** at Tri Delta, Kappa Kappa Gamma, in the women’s locker room. You can be supportive of trans people and what they’re going through without surrendering to this madness!”

During the segment, the former Fox News host provided details about the allegations made by the sorority members at the sorority chapter against the trans-identifying male.

Kelly, who is also an attorney, said the sorority women definitely have a sexual harassment case and can say to their sorority, “You endangered us, you pressured us, made us unable to reject this person who we could identify as a potential pervert. And then we were subjected to his lewd and lascivious behaviors.”

At the beginning of the week, Kelly posted a viral tweet in which she responded to being labeled “transphobic” for criticizing Bud Light’s reaction to the backlash following its collaboration with trans activist Dylan Mulvaney.

“Call me whatever names you want. I am speaking the truth. And neither I nor the millions of other women (and men) who believe in biology/reality/fairness will be dissuaded by your attempts to marginalize us with words like ‘transphobic,'” she posted.


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