The first gender-fluid person is reportedly appointed to British police

BRISTOL, UNITED KINGDOM - JANUARY 20: Police stand guard as investigators search a property on Aberdeen Road where a 32-year-old man was arrested this morning in connection with the murder of Joanna Yeates on January 20, 2011 in Bristol, England. Joanna Yeates went missing on December 17 after a night out with work colleagues and her body was later found dumped by the side of the road at Longford Lane on Christmas Day. (Photo by Harry Engels/Getty Images)

Britain can welcome its first reported gender-fluid police officer, it has been announced.. The officer has two warrant cards to change them according to their gender identity for the certain moment. Known only as Callum or Abi, the Metropolitan Police officer served on the force for 13 years as a man, but now vthey finally won their right to express their gender fluidity at work. The officer’s gender identity was revealed in an internal message to the Met’s 43,607 police and civilian staff last week, titled “Bring Your Whole Self to Work,” The Sun has reported. They spoke about what it felt like to finally come into work as a woman, saying: “The first time I walked into a Met building as Abi, I was hyperventilating so much I almost passed out. I’ve done it a handful of times since, and felt so happy that I got to be me at work.” They emphasised: “Abi is a part of me that exists and I want that part to be recognised and validated. But I’m still me. I’m still the same person whether I’m presenting as Callum or Abi. It’s the same dice. You’re just looking at a different number.”


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