.....in a world that places so much social emphasis on what is in a person’s pants, it is impossible to ask trans people to feel okay with what’s down there, even if their dysphoria is not fundamentally physical rather than social. I think this varies from person to person and some trans people admittedly feel a profound, instinctive sense of something missing from their bodies long before it can possibly be the result of socialisation.
Sam has done a very interesting and well written post about a subject, the challenges of Phalloplasty, you don't see often in blogs. Transwomen will also find this post of interest.
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