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Marie Cau is The First Trans Mayor Ever Elected in France

Over the weekend, Marie Cau became the first out transgender person elected mayor in France.

Cau, 55, became the mayor of Tilloy-lez-Marchiennes, a town in the northern part of the country close to Belgium, in March 2020. However, the inauguration was delayed until last weekend due to the pandemic.

The town has a tiny population of just under 600, according to INSEE. While the victory might have come as a surprise to neighboring cities and countries around the world, Cau herself is quick to note

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