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Anna Grodzka Becomes Poland’s First Transgender MP

Anna Grodzka has become the first transgender person to sit in Poland’s parliament. The 57 year-old MP is a graduate in psychology and member of the Anti-clerical Polish party “the Palikot Movement”.

AFP has the story

Anna Grodzka made history in Poland as the country?s first transsexual member of parliament after a new anti-clerical party stormed to third place in Sunday?s general election.

Born as a man, Grodzka, now 57, recently completed her sex change, part of which was carried out in Bangkok, Thailand.

?With 99 percent of the results in, I have been elected,? Grodzka told AFP Monday, with official results showing she had scored 19,000 votes in the deeply Catholic southern Polish city of Krakow ? once home to the late Polish-born pope John Paul II.

?I?m thrilled. It?s the dream of my life come true today, and a new chapter has started,? she said, her voice trembling with emotion.

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