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Do you think your country would elected a trans* person to its highest office?

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I am curious to hear everyones response. Being a Canadian I am certian one day we will have a Trans* Prime Minister. I just got this feeling about it. Would we be able to elect on if an election was held in 2017? well I am unsure. I think a vast majority of Canadians would have no issues voting for a transgender person if said person hold the same values as the voter and is trust worthy (the way it should be) but we dont have any fully transitioned or planning a full transition to elected office. The provinces of Ontario and Prince Edward Island elected a lesbian and and a gay man in 2014 and 2015  respectivley to be their Premiers and given majority government so that is always a good sign. The province of Albeta, long considered Canada's most Conservative province also elected a non-binary provincial MLA to its legislature. I think this bolds well for a Trans* Prime Minister one day in Canada and as always I can see a trans* leader of a country in most of the European countries. How about your own country :)?

My country....... not any time soon so long as we have our democrats living in small areas and not more spread out in the bible belt and the fly-over states.

My state/city however could totally do it. Maybe not in the next election but within the next ten years totally. There is the advantage of living in CA which is a lot easier. Although I do live in the progressive half of the state not the conservative half.

I would think that California and the other coastal west states would. I would also think Vermont and Massachusetts no problem what so ever and perhaps Colorado (thanks Denver). And in a few years I wouldnt be too suprised to see Virginia and Arizona doing so either. Some other places may take a bit longer tho

Devlyn for President

Hmmm, has a nice ring to it.  ;D

OMG cute xD


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