Powerlifter Matt Kroczaleski has a Sex Change
Matt Kroczaleski, a 42-year-old American athlete who is famous in the world of powerlifting sports, has publicly stated that he has changed his gender to a female.
Well-known in the world of power sports, Matt “Krok” Kroczaleski publicly announced that he had surgically changed his sex, in proof of this, the athlete posted a photo of his appearance after the operation.
The powerlifter will now be named Mary Jane Kroc. The athlete himself says: “Lately there has been a huge amount of gossip, questions, and rumors about me. Calm down – yes, I’m transgender. I want to make it clear – I planned to wait for the public statement while the sons were in school.
I have spoken openly about this over the years with my family, friends, and the powerlifting community. Nevertheless, I understand that for many it will be a huge shock … ”
Matt calls his new orientation so: “An alpha male who became a lesbian girl in a male body.”
It is worth noting that Matt Kroczaleski is a Powerlifting Writer and creator a Technician, Muscletech Member, and a former US Marine.
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Recall that in 2006, at the Arnold Classic festival, according to the WPO Federation, Matt Kroczaleski performed in the weight category up to 100 kg and overall scored 1157.5 kg, of which 455 kg squatted, 335 kg pressed and 367.5 kg pulled
P.S: I want to address a few things to answer many of the questions I have been receiving. First, unfortunately many of the articles that are appearing on line are stating that I have already fully transitioned. I have not; I am currently still living life in both genders. I am trying to wait until my sons are out of high school before moving forward. This is one hundred percent my decision not theirs. My sons encourage me to do whatever I need to do and state that they are totally fine with me transitioning now or at any point I see fit. They are amazing young men and the bond we have is unreal.
I also feel I need to state that I do not fit into any of the boxes that society attempts to put us into and never have. I do identify as both transgender and gender fluid because these are the closest any available labels come to describing who I am. As my profile states I am both an alpha male and a girly girl; hyper-masculine and hyper-feminine. In a perfect world I could snap my fingers and go back and forth at will but of course that world does not exist. That being said if I am forced to pick a gender I identify with more it is female. However, this really isn’t about me being a boy or a girl or something in between. This is just about me being me, who I am and who I know myself to be.
And again I want to express my deep felt appreciation for all of the support I am receiving. I am honestly overwhelmed by it and cannot express enough how much it means to me.