Sexual reassignment surgery, male to female.
Total Phalloplasty Female-to-Male Reassignment Surgery (May be difficult for some viewers)
Sex reassignment: Male-to-Female & Female-to-Male
A picture of a shirtless man is common. A picture of a shirtless woman is either art or pornographic.
A shirtless man on the street is common. A shirtless woman on the street would be arrested.
A shirtless picture of me today falls in the second criteria. I’m art, porn and crime. A shirtless picture of me some time from now will be ok. Acceptable. Because I will no longer have a “female body”.
Regardless of my body I am a man. A trans man. And I would rip the fat out of my chest if I could. I bind it everyday. I will lose it some day. But until then, I’ll fight for equality with the ones that torture me the most.
"Models": Antares and Seni
Yes! Although there can be some numbing from the scars from surgery, the majority of post-SRS patients report to be orgasmic within 3-6 months. It takes awhile for the nerves to settle down and regrow
Hello, Thanks for the question. I’ve received a couple of anonymous questions all wondering about who I am, among other things. So I thought I should take this chance satisfy some of the curiosity.
I’m an approaching middle aged trans* woman. I identify a soft-butch genderqueer lesbian transdyke. I began transitioning almost 10 years ago. I say “began” because I look at transition as a journey and not a destination. There are just so many sites and experiences to take in along the way it would be a shame to miss any of them because I’m too focused on reaching some goal. Yes, there are lots of “procedures” for transgender women from permanent hair removal, to taking hormones, and various surgeries that can be performed. However, everyone is different and not all trans* women need, want, or are able to have all those procedures. Some women, for medical reasons, are ineligible for surgery. While others, for personal reasons and preferences are happy with there bodies as they are. But many women, due to economic factors, cannot afford to as most health insurance companies deny paying for transgender related surgeries. Thankfully, there is a movement beginning in some states to pass antidiscrimination laws preventing those companies from denying women the proper medical procedures they require. As for myself, I’m of the opinion that the only people who “need-to-know” what’s in my panties are my spouse and my doctor.