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Matia Lenická/Maťo Lenický
Place of birth May 9, 1984
Nationality Slovakian
Gender identity bigender[1]
Occupation music producer and DJ

B-Complex aka Matia or Maťo Lenická (born May 9, 1984) is a Slovakian drum and bass music producer and DJ. In 2015, she came out as bigender, preferring the name Maťo when presenting as a man and the name Matia when presenting as a woman.[2]

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"Call me Matia (sometimes) - some of you know, some don't - I happen to be transgendered person as well, bi-gender in particular. I'm glad that the awareness about transgender is growing, thanks to Laverne, Caitlyn but also many other anonymous folk that may not share as much publicity. I have to thank to everyone during the years who helped me become who I am and supported me directly or indirectly."[3]

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  1. Mužla, Lukáš (9 February 2019). "Matia Lenická: Homofóbia nikdy nezmizne. Čo boli kedysi Maďari a Rómovia, sú teraz LGBT ľudia". interez.sk (in Slovak). Retrieved 15 May 2020.
  2. Pecíková, Laura (15 December 2015). "Prelomil/a B-complex: Keď som muž, tak som Maťo, keď žena, tak Matia" [B-complex explained: When I'm a man, I'm Mato, when a woman, Matia]. Denník N (in Slovak). Retrieved 28 March 2020.
  3. Facebook post, June 6, 2015