‘We are equal’: Thai party candidate aims to be first transgender Prime Minister

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02/15/2019

Pauline Ngarmpring wants to become Thailand’s first transgender prime minister to bring hope to the marginalised and make political life accessible for future LGBT people. As Pinit Ngarmpring, he was a CEO and sports promoter, well known in the world of Thai soccer. Now she prefers to be known as Pauline Ngarmpring. The 52-year-old is one of three candidates put forward by a political party for the post of Thailand’s next prime minister in next month’s general election.

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