|Member of the Sejm|
|Constituency||13 – Kraków|
|Born||Krzysztof Bogdan Bęgowski
16 March 1954
|Political party||Your Movement|
Anna Grodzka (born 16 March 1954 in Otwock) is a Polish politician. Grodzka, a trans woman, was elected to the Sejm in the 2011 Polish parliamentary elections as a candidate for the left-liberal Palikot's Movement, and is the first openly transgender Member of Parliament in Poland. As of May 2013, she is also the only remaining openly transgender MP in the world.
Grodzka was a member of Polish United Workers' Party at Warsaw University and political instructor in Polish Union of Students. Later on she was an entrepreneur and worked in publishing, poligraphy, and filmmaking.
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- Official website (Polish)
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