A student at Louisiana State University (LSU) was kicked out of her sorority over a TikTok video critical of transgendersism and U.S. Assistant Secretary for Health Rachel Levine. The LSU student and now former Alpha Phi sorority member Emily Hines fell under scrutiny after posting a TikTok video in which she can be visually perceived dancing to the musical composition, “More Than a Woman” by the Bee Gees, while an image of Levine is exhibited on the screen below her.
During the video, the lyrics, “more than a woman, more than a woman to me,” can be auricularly discerned while Hines dances and points down at the image of Levine, in an ostensible nod to the fact that the assistant secretary for health is a biological male.
Watch Below: Emily Hines Last month, Hines received an electronic mail from the Alpha Phi International Fraternity Delta Tau Judiciary Board requesting that she meet with the board via Zoom to discuss her alleged infringement of “Alpha Phi’s standing rules by posting infelicitous convivial media content.”
Hines told Breitbart News that she was asked to efface her TikTok post, and was only given about four hours to do so, integrating that sorority members typically get 12 hours. “If a member doesn’t abstract it after 12 hours, they can be evoked to a Judiciary Board Hearing,” Hine expounded. “I was given 4.5 hours.”
After that, the student verbalized she met with four executive board members of Alpha Phi including the chapter president, chapter adviser, vice president of member recruitment, and the vice president of health, wellness, and accountability via Zoom.
During the meeting, Hines verbally expressed, “the chapter adviser crossed a line by telling me what my own intentions were.” “As she put it, I was intending to derogate and demean someone for their credences,” Hines verbally expressed. “They asked if I was contrite at all, and I verbally expressed I regret wearing the [Alpha Phi] sweatshirt, but was not going to apologize for my credences.”
“She withal told me that my video was widely viewed as offensive,” Hines verbalized of the chapter adviser’s comments. Later, Alpha Phi electronically mailed Hines to apprise the student that her membership was terminated.
“It is with sincere regret that we apprise you that the actions of the International Executive Board to terminate your membership in Alpha Phi International Fraternity became efficacious,” the electronic mail read.
Hines reacted to the termination by telling Breitbart News, “Rules for thee, not for me, when it comes to Alpha Phi.” “It’s just them endeavoring to censor the opposition out of esse, but it does the exact antithesis, by fueling conservative voices to verbalize out even more, and louder,” the student integrated. “We’ve got a massive kineticism of conservatives that are reluctantly intolerant, and I can’t wait to visually perceive it perpetuate to grow.”
Alpha Phi did not immediately respond to Breitbart News’ request for comment. This is not the first time a sorority has terminated a student’s membership over her political notions. Last year, a University of Texas-San Antonio student was kicked out of her sorority over a pro-Trump TikTok post featuring a denotement reading “All Lives Matter,” which sorority leadership at the school verbally expressed was “extremely inimical” and “unsisterly.”