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Transsexual people experience a gender identity that is inconsistent with their assigned sex and desire to permanently transition to the sex or gender with which they identify, usually seeking medical assistance including sex reassignment therapies , such as hormone replacement therapy and sex reassignment surgery to help them align their body with their identified sex or gender. Transsexual is a subset of transgender , [2] [3] [4] but some transsexual people reject the label of transgender. Norman Haire reported that in [11] Dora R of Germany began a surgical transition, under the care of Magnus Hirschfeld , which ended in with a successful genital reassignment surgery. In , Hirschfeld supervised the second genital reassignment surgery to be reported in detail in a peer-reviewed journal, that of Lili Elbe of Denmark.

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Trans Women Open Up About Sex After Surgery - Vogue | Vogue

The decision to have gender confirmation surgery GCS is a very personal, private matter, and not all transwomen will elect to undergo this procedure. It is important to keep in mind that GCS is not a requirement for transition, and many transwomen feel happy and content with their bodies without undergoing GCS. However, GCS can have a number of positive benefits for those patients who do choose to undergo the procedure, including decreased gender dysphoria and improvements in both mental health and sexual functioning. While there is no one right answer regarding GCS, working with your therapist can help you to decide whether undergoing GCS is the right decision for you. In general, gender confirmation surgery includes several procedures performed at once. The testicles and part of the penis are removed, and this tissue is used to create fully-functioning external female genitalia vagina, labia, and clitoris. A small piece of the head of the penis is then used to create a clitoris.

I’m a 22-Year-Old Trans Woman. Here’s What It’s Really Like to Get Gender Confirmation Surgery.

Many will remember the moment back in January when actress Laverne Cox schooled Katie Couric, after Couric ask an invasive question about her body. We experience discrimination disproportionately to the rest of the community. Our unemployment rate is twice the national average [. For the most part, people have respected that request.
In October , Emily Kaufman, then a year-old junior at the University of Michigan, told her story of trying to join a sorority as an out trans woman to Cosmopolitan. Emily never got a bid to a Michigan sorority—but the same month her story was published, she accomplished another one of her life goals: to undergo gender confirmation surgery. A little over a year later, Emily, now a year-old senior at Michigan and a board member at Point of Pride, a nonprofit that supports the trans community, is sharing her experience of what it was really like to undergo gender confirmation surgery.