Many preop TS women are understandably concerned about whether they will be able to fully enjoy and eagerly participate in lovemaking after SRS. Of special interests and concern is whether postop TS women can fully experience sexual arousal and orgasm. The ability to easily become aroused, to desire intimate and sensual contact, and to achieve sexual release through orgasm is a precious gift to bring into love relationships, especially when combined with a desire to give full and complete pleasure to one's love partner too. A loss of these capabilities could ruin the woman's chances of experiencing her full humanity after transition, especially for finding and enjoying a passionate, deeply-bonded love relationship. However, as we'll see, SRS can provide those for whom it is right the chance to fully experience the joys of sex and lovemaking - and thus to finally enjoy a full human life. Myths vs Reality, and the decision to undergo SRS Many people simply assume that the loss of the external male genitalia will result in a complete loss of sexuality.
Between the (Gender) Lines: the Science of Transgender Identity
Between the (Gender) Lines: the Science of Transgender Identity - Science in the News
Yeah that's what I'm thinking They must really love that angel. I have a two point test for it: Are you comfortable having a dick, and would you prefer having a pussy? If the answers are no and yes respectively then those people need treatment. I'm sure there are other people who can take hormones and even maybe get surgery, but those other people don't technically need it so fuck them.
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