Is it finally time to ban transgender surgery?
- Anonymous1 month agoBest Answer
Obviously, the answer is yes but they won't admit it for years. Thailand which was the haven for decades just banned it on minors because of too many disastrous results. Sweden is in the process of halting it. Tavistock/GIDS is being sued to stop. Phalloplasties really should be banned altogether. They're absolutely brutal and involve chopping up your arms and legs for the skin to make the fake penis. One patient lost her leg completely.
- RobinLv 74 weeks ago
no but its time to castrate tansphobes
- 4 weeks ago
Probably bcz such atrocities are called mutilation of urologic parts.???.
- River EuphratesLv 74 weeks ago
Go for it.
Oh wait - nobody cares what you think.
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- Anonymous1 month ago
Yes. Those fake vaginas make no sense. They look like a hot mess. If I was a guy and I saw that I'd ask: wtf is going in here?!
- 1 month ago
No. As long as the trans people pass the assessments and criteria there should not be many that regret. The majority of trans people do not have surgery regret.
- xxx000auLv 71 month ago
You are taking a single persons experience and assuming that represents all.
If we run things that way we wont need to have elections or debate options. Just say if one person says its so then it is so for everyone.
- NepthysLv 61 month ago
No, but it's high time to ban transphobia
- choko_canyonLv 71 month ago
Alternatively, wouldn't it be simpler to just ban hateful, bigoted trolls?
- 1 month ago
- Dr. DLv 71 month ago
No. While some people regret their transgender surgery, the majority of them prefer their new gender. Gender dysphoria is a real problem and experts still maintain that the best recourse for them is gender reassignment surgery. The only problem is making sure that the people who receive reassignment surgery are the right people. Not everyone who is depressed, or claims not to be happy with their natural gender should receive the surgery.