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Transgender Portland State U. adjunct attacks pro-child activist

Portland State University recently offered cotton candy and coloring books to “celebrate trans and gender-nonconforming students” and to provide support for any who needed it.

In addition, the PSU Queer Resource Center had warned students to ignore any “provocateurs with anti-gender affirming care viewpoints” who might come to campus to “instigate debate.”

But it seems at least one PSU faculty member either didn’t get that message — or chose to ignore it.

According to The Post Millennial, adjunct Chrissa Mae Kalal (pictured) — who used to be known as Chris Burneyconstantly interrupted and harassed Chris Elston and others as they tried to talk to a female PSU student about minors and “gender-affirming care” (video below).

Another individual donned in a medical face mask assisted Kalal in trying to disrupt the conversation by walking right through the individuals (and bumping into them), and then playing loud music from her phone.

Kalal ended up challenging Elston to a fight, and eventually snatched his phone and attempted to bike away. Elston prevented the escape by grabbing a hold of the bike.

Kalal can be seen tossing the phone some distance away where it later was retrieved by one of Elston’s associates.

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Elston tweeted that Kalal had assured him “earlier in the day, as he shook with rage, that estrogen has made him much happier.”

A PSU representative told The P.M. that Kalal has taught geography for the last two years, but is not teaching a class this spring.

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Dave has been writing about education, politics, and entertainment for over 20 years, including a stint at the popular media bias site Newsbusters. He is a retired educator with over 25 years of service and is a member of the National Association of Scholars. Dave holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Delaware.