LEXIE CANNES STATE OF TRANS — Back in November, a noted hate-group filed a lawsuit to prevent a Wisconsin school, the Mount Horeb Primary Center, from using trans youth advocate Jazz Jennings’ book “I Am Jazz” at the school. The… Read More ›
Why the Mount Horeb School Board pro-trans kids decision is a ‘big f*cking deal!’
LEXIE CANNES STATE OF TRANS — Vice President (and trans ally) Joe Biden famous’ quote: “This is a big fucking deal” is most apt here, following a recent unanimous decision by a Mount Horeb, Wisconsin school board to adopt a… Read More ›
Religious extremists get trans kid Jazz Jennings’ book “I Am Jazz” BANNED!
LEXIE CANNES STATE OF TRANS — Fear is a powerful force and if abused, one finds itself on Southern Poverty Law Center’s hate group watch list. But that didn’t stop a religious extremist group, Liberty Counsel, from scaring the wits out… Read More ›
Five arrested in killing of Milwaukee trans man
THE GUERRILLA ANGEL REPORT — Trans man Evon Young, missing since January 1st, is now believed murdered, buried somewhere in a landfill. Police in Milwaukee, Wisconsin have arrested five people in connection with his death. According to an admission by… Read More ›
Wisconsin GOP state Senator introduces bill declaring single parents as child abusers.
THE GUERRILLA ANGEL REPORT — Sometimes all that needs to be reported is the headline, a photo and the person’s name: Glenn Grothman. . . . . . . , . From KMBC: “Republican Senator Glenn Grothman presented [Wisconsin]… Read More ›
[UPDATE-2] Recall of Wis. Gov. Scott Walker reaches one million signatures!
THE GUERRILLA ANGEL REPORT — [UPDATED Jan 17, 2012: The Gov. Walker recall effort had one million signatures — nearly double the number needed — when they submitted the recall petition today. The matter is now in the hands of… Read More ›
The recall of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker starts with neighbors.
THE GUERRILLA ANGEL REPORT — Organizers of the recall effort set up tables at the homes of Gov. Scott’s neighbors and invited people to come in and sign recall petitions. Around 1,000 people eventually gathered in the area and held… Read More ›