Thursday, January 29, 2009

Clubs Owners Tell Transgender Woman to "Stay With Her Own Kind"

Another display of transphobia has occured, this time in Appleton Wisconsin demonstrating how vital it is to have a non-discrimination law which protects gender variance.

"An Appleton transgendered woman filed a lawsuit against a College Avenue club, after she says she was denied entrance due to her gender identity. The complaint says Sierra Broussard, wasn't allowed admittance because "The employee or owner of Park Central then suggested to Sierra, while in a public forum, that she go to another club, one that caters to "her kind" (Womanist Musing).
Contact the club and let them know that transphobia is

318 W College Ave
Appleton, WI 54911
(920) 738-5600


Laurie said...

So I take it that the club she went to
didn't have humans in it....If I were
in her shoes I would have said..
PEOPLE HERE....and walked away...


Anonymous said...

Isn't this the same trans women who filed suit after being thrown out of a nursing program, becuase the nurses at the hospital were some of her classes took place complained about her using thelady's restroom ? I just wonder as her name seem formilar ?

Brandi Parker
SWVA Rep Equality VA

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