April 5, 2012 | by Steve Charing
PFLAG honors woman who defended Polis
Chrissie Lee Polis,gay news,gay politics dc

Vicky Thoms, the woman who tried to stop the attack on Chrissy Lee Polis last year in a Baltimore-area McDonald’s, was honored for her efforts. (Washington Blade file photo by Michael Key)

Vicky Thoms, who attempted to stop the attack on Chrissy Lee Polis, a transgender woman, in a Rosedale McDonald’s a year ago, was honored by the Baltimore County Council, PFLAG-Baltimore County and the Caroline Grace Foundation for bravery and heroism. The attack was captured on video and quickly went viral.

The presentation by Baltimore County Councilman Tom Quirk took place during the March 27 monthly meeting of PFLAG-Baltimore County. Quirk was credited with leading the effort on the Council in ensuring passage of Bill 3-12 that bars discrimination against LGBT individuals in Baltimore County in the areas of employment, education, housing, finance and public accommodations.

4 Comments
  • Caroline Temmermand

    Vicky Thoms had a hurt back even before she stepped in because she believed that the attackers would kill the girl they were attacking. She was also attacked and her medical bills remain unpaid.

  • They should have given her a gun for the next Chrissy Polis incident. These wild animals should be behind bars for at least 10 years. They aren’t humans they’re violent animals from the ghetto.

  • I’m glad that doing the right thing is being reinforced in the community.

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