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Thailand Has First Transgender Prime Minister Candidate


According to Huffpost.com, Thailand has its first transgender candidate running for Prime Minister. Pauline Ngarmpring, who began her new life as a transgender woman after transitioning at the age of 49 has decided to run for Thai prime minister three years after transitioning. Ngarmpring is a former news reporter who turned sports promoter. She has quickly embraced her role as an ambassador for LGBT+ rights and gender equality in a country with few openly gay or female political leaders.

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