January 18, 2019 02:55
Updated January 18, 2019 at 14:55
Marlus Ganserer, a German deputy, was re-elected in his position in the Bavarian regional parliament, so he will assume his mandate as a transgender woman as something unprecedented in the political history of that country.
Tessa Ganserer, as she defines herself, spoke to the press about her new physical appearance and denounced the delays in the procedures for changing sex in the civil register.
"I do not do it for fun and I have not decided to become a woman, I am a woman", explained the forty-year-old politician who announced his change a few weeks ago on social networks.
It is the first time that a transgender woman will occupy a bank in a German political institution, especially since she has changed her identity during her term of office.
"I am a woman in all the fibers of my body and now also Ms. regional deputy", was with this message posted on his Facebook account.