BREAKING: Trans activist who attacked anti-child sex change activist 'Billboard Chris' identified as PSU faculty member

The person accused of sealing the phone of Chris Elston, also known as Billboard Chris, has been identified as Chrissa Mae Kalal.

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

The person accused of stealing the phone of Chris Elston, also known as Billboard Chris, has been identified as Chrissa Mae Kalal, a transgender adjunct professor at Portland State University’s geography department.

Kalal attempted to snatch Elston’s phone during a stop earlier this month at the campus, where Elston stood wearing a sign saying "children cannot consent to puberty blockers" and was harassed and attacked by students.

Kalal appeared to grab the phone from Elston’s grip, and began to ride off on Kalal’s bike before being stopped by Elston grabbing onto Kalal’s backpack. The phone was retrieved by a member of Elston’s team, where it lay on the ground nearby, and returned to him.

A representative for Portland State University told The Post Millennial that Kalal has been an adjunct professor in Geography since 2021, and most recently taught during the winter term. Kalal is not teaching or performing research this term.

Earlier in the day, Kalal was seen attempting to interrupt interviews with students, pushing a bicycle in between the interviewer and the woman being interviewed.

Elson wrote that Kalal had assured him that estrogen has made Kalal happier, "as he shook with rage."

Kalal graduated from the University of Missouri in 2017 with a Master of Science in Natural Resources with a specialty in Agroforestry. 

Kalal reportedly went by the name Chris Burney before changing to Chrissa Mae Kalal, and played in the band The Sun.

Kalal was also listed as an incorporator for Ohio cannabis company Cooke Forest Edibles and Medicinals. 

The Post Millennial has reached out to Portland State University and its Geology Department for comment.


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