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How rare is it to be transsexual, but straight (w/o operation)?
Like if a man felt like a woman, but wanted to be w/women, or vice versa. Also, how many have an operation or live as the opposite sex, and have what looks like a gay relationship?

I hope I've explained myself well enough in respectful way. I'm just curious.
People born transsexual can be straight, gay/lesbian, bi or asexual just like everyone else!

"The operation" is not the defining issue, the persons gender identity is. To know a trans person's orientation you must know how they identify:


If a person identifies as female, not matter their surgical status, and are attracted to men, they are straight.

If a person identifies as female, no matter their surgical status, and are attracted to women, they are lesbian.

If a person identifies as male, no matter their surgical status, and are attracted to women, they are straight.

If a person idientifies as male, no matter their surgical status, and are attracted to men, they are gay.
Transsexual; Does always take place a second operation after the main operation?
Is it always necessary to have a second, correcting operation?
MtF
no. they did me in one procedure. it depends on the surgeon.
If a sexually experienced transsexual gets a sex change operation, do they become a virgin again?
If someone had sex, normally they would not be considered a virgin.

In this case, the shape of the sex organ changes fundamentally, even some nerves responsible for arousal is repositioned in the surgery.

No matter how much sexual experience a transsexual has had pre-op, the post-op sexual experience would be so profoundly different that having sex for the first time would be like a virgin experience all over again.
Interesting idea!

On one hand, I want to say no, they wouldn't be a virgin again because "virgin" is basically the state of having not had sex, and if you've had sex at ALL you're not longer a virgin... technically. On the other hand, I agree with other posters in that it'd be such a radically different experience that it could plop you right back down into the virgin category.

Of course, I think the idea of virginity is a bit silly and overrated... Just another way for religion to keep people ashamed of sex and whatnot, to imply that you're somehow purer if you haven't had sex yet.

Either way, it's up to the individual, I suppose.

I give you a star. :) Nice question.

Cheers.
LESBIANS: Would you date a transsexual girl who hadn't had the operation?
She's cute and nice, but I really don't like guy parts. What would you do in this situation?
as a post-op trans-woman I've had a few lesbian women want to date me prior to GRS in part due to who I am, rather than what was between my legs.

the point being that, a trans-woman is a woman.. And that dating is about the people involved not just their physical aspects.

True love is blind..

and then as Erica pointed out is the person saying there are transsexual woman or are they or are they, as the saying suggests a woman trapped in a mans body.

as I stated, the lesbian woman who wanted to date me.. were more attracted to me rather than the physical aspects.
If you are transsexual have you been able to orgasm since your operation?
I haven't :(
Yes, I can tell you the day exactly. It was post-op day 50!

Sorry to hear you're having difficulty. How long ago was your surgery? Where did you get your surgery? Did you use on the major docs?

Brassard, Bowers, Meltzer, Suporn? Those docs have an excellent track record.
Would lesbians date pre-operation transsexual men?
Chaz Bono's girlfriend seemed to have done that.
I won't date a lesbian only interested in me as long as I'm pre-op. I've ran into quite a few lesbians that have a "thing" for transguys--as long as they're still pre-op, because it somehow makes them more secure in claiming their lesbian identities, and so they can still be classified as "valid" among their lesbian social circles. I've actually HEARD lesbians say "yeah, he's my boyfriend, but he used to be/is really a girl". :O Way to out your trans partner just to save face! That's awesome! *note sarcasm*. If you are really THAT insecure with your identity, don't throw ME under the bus.

I've also ran into some lesbians that think dating trans guys makes them more "hipster" or P.C. or whatever. Yet, they hesitate in calling them their boyfriends, and they expect these transguys to still act like lesbians or have female mannerisms or thought processes. They often don't REALLY see us as men. They want to try to force us into being like butch lesbians, since that is what is comfortable for THEM.

And yes, as shallow as it sounds, it's true. It IS about the physical anatomy and the ability to have sex with it that's most important for gay men and lesbians. Because, if a lesbian will even date a transguy, it's usually only if he's pre-op. Same goes for gay men. Often if a gay man will date a transguy, it's only if he's post-op. Despite ANY other interest or attraction or things you have in common that go way beyond the sex, ultimately, you get dropped like a hot potato if you don't have what the other person wants as far as sex goes. YES, people ARE that shallow. They are SOO caught up in the definition of their sexual identity and apparently everything in their life being about BEING that identity, that they refuse to allow themselves to feel anything new. They are so caught up on exclusion rather than inclusion. Why? Because they are sooo insecure about their identities. It's just like gay guys in the closet. They are sooo insecure about being gay, that they will try to push out anything that may make them face their true attractions, in order to hold on to an identity. People want to sooo prove how "gay" or "lesbian" they are, that they give themselves little "disclaimers" to maintain their identities when it comes to trans people (straight people do this too..like "straight" guys who sleep with pre-op transmen, claim to still be straight as long as it's penis in vagina) even though the transguy is a guy. Lesbians do the SAME exact thing. "Oh, well, he still has a vagina, so I'm still a lesbian". Sorry, but no.

I don't play that game. If you won't, can't, or refuse to see me as the man I am, I don't need you. If you are SO hung up in your lesbian identity, chances are it wouldn't work out anyway.
What Parts Does A Transsexual Women Get, What Has A Vagina?
Hey guys. I was wondering when a transsexual women has a operation for a vagina

What parts does she get??.

I know she doesn't get the ovaries and womb,

I have looked for answers online but i cant really find anything that helps me answer my question.

Thanks.
Diane is correct. We don't "get" new parts, the surgeon re-fashions existing tissue into a beautiful, and functional, vulva (labia, vagina and clitoris).

The technology doesn't exist yet to give us a uterus, ovaries or fallopian tubes. Maybe in about 25 years with advanced stem cell technology that will be possible.
Just curious, how do transsexual operations work?
I have no interest at all in having an operation, but my teacher told me(in pd class) about these types of operations and how they can reconstruct vaginas. I thought this was impossible! I can not fathom how this can work.
How does this happen? can this work for penises too?
Okay this link: www.altermd.com/Transsexual%20Sur… will discuss both Male-to-Female and Female-to-Male surgeries. I WOULD summarize the surgery here, but I'm not sure that the Yahoo! Answers community would like that too much, haha.

More links:
FtM surgery- www.srsmiami.com/FTM-female-to-ma…

MtF- www.medical-tourism-in-thailand.c… <--THIS LINK INCLUDES PICTURES. DO NOT ENTER THIS WEBSITE UNLESS YOU ARE COMFORTABLE WITH VIEWING MtF SURGERY PICTURES.

Read and learn! Knowledge is power!
Transsexual the final operation?
I am in my late teens and have lived as a girl for a while. I have been on hormones a number of years and recently had facial feminization surgery and breast augmentation.

I always felt happy to remain non-op but recently this has changed. I saw a programme of a girl having her SRS operation and since them have not stopped thinking that is what I want.

I had always ruled this op out but now that I fully understand that surgery can create a fully functioning female me I really want that op.

I now dream of dating guys that don't even know my past. Would guys be able to tell me past if we were making love?

Is it odd that I want this operation after so long of ruling it out.

How long after the op can a girl make love with a guy?
Most doctors say 6 weeks. My experience says longer. YMMV (Your Mileage May Vary).



Zedekiah: Please don't comment on something you don't have DIRECT experience with.

1. Surgery is NOT painful. As Calpernia Addams would say: My doctor used A-N-E-S-T-H-E-S-I-A. Maybe doctors where you live don't know about this wonderful medical advancement, but my doctor used A-N-E-S-T-H-E-S-I-A. Seriously though pain is strictly a YMMV thing. I had some discomfort and that was it. And most of my discomfort was from constipation, not my surgical site!

2. There are basically 3 types of surgery out there:
a. Penile Inversion-90% of all surgery.
b. Non-penile-Dr Suporn (and now others) are using different tissues to create the vagina.
c. Colon segment-Used very little, mainly to correct poor prior surgeries. Much more invasive and longer to heal.

Lots of information is available on-line about all the techniques and surgeons.

3. Approximately 90% of post-ops are orgasmic, which is basically on par with natal females. Very few people are completely without feeling. All the nerves are left intact! That said I always advise people to use one off the top docs to be sure of a good result.

4. Although not an "actual" vagina, the new vagina is made from homologous tissues that have a fantastic ability to adapt to their new function. The only thing that is lacking is sufficient lubrication (most girls do have some). But many natal gals need lube too! The glans is homologous to the clitoris. The scrotum is homologous to the the outer labia. And the prostate shrinks under the influence of estrogen and basically becomes your G spot (another homologous structure)!

5. My vagina is not an "open wound". That's an outright lie! It's beautiful and looks like anybody elses. True you have to dilate, but that's only to train the surrounding tissue that the vagina is there to stay. You dilate a lot at first and then less in time. Usually by 2 years out the body has adopted the new part and you only need to dilate a couple times a month. Or you can just use a "human dilator" :)

6. A persons medical history is PRIVATE. Nobody is required to disclose, it is strictly an individual decision. Nuff said.

7. Chromosomes do NOT determine gender! There are women who are XY (google Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome) and men who are XX (google male XX syndrome). Don't fall into that trap! Hormones don't determine gender either! A study done at UCLA indicate that the brain is gendered BEFORE hormones start to be produced by the fetus. Gender is whatever the individual says it is!

8. Not all men want guyren! Not all women are fertile. Some natal women are even born without a vagina (google MRKH Syndrome). Don't fall into that trap!

9. Hey buddy, hormones do a lot more than make boobs! It softens skin, thickens hair on your head, lessens hair elsewhere, increases facial fat, redistributes body fat in general, decreases upper body musculature, alters how you sense the world (hearing, sight, smell, touch), alters moods and can even change eye color! You basically become your female self!

10. I am not "technically male" for the reasons I've already explained. Plus I was NEVER male to begin with. That's what you don't understand Z. I also have a new birth certificate that says FEMALE on it. What do you think about that Z? You fail to understand why people transition to begin with. Before transition our brain and bodies do not match and life is hell. Transition alters the body to match the mind and at the same time society come to see the real you and treats you different. They treat you as the gender you've always been, but they couldn't see. Transition gives us completeness and authenticity.

11. Scar tissue? You have no idea what you're talking about! As I explained before, after about 2 years you only have to dilate a couple times a month to maintain patency. And keep your moralization about casual sex to yourself!

12. Hormones for life. Not true. Many people stop hormones all together at some point. I for one won't be one of those. Why? Because my brain loves estrogen! The black cloud that followed me everywhere previously disipated once I started estrogen! Another reason to stay on HRT is bone density. Without hormones in your body both natal women and women born transsexual can get osteoporosis.

13. Umm last time I checked guys don't care if a girl has a uterus, fallopian tubes or a cervix. Do you check before sex? And let's remember many natal women have had hysterectomies that remove those same organs. I don't consider my vagina fake. I have a vagina period.

Stop trying to make this girl feel bad!

14. Some guys can be real jerks. But most girls know this and take precautions. But I think you're guilty of stereotyping your own sex! Certainly you're not saying ALL men are like that?

15. She may only be a teen, but only she knows what she needs. Don't be judging others! You have no idea what she's been through. What you don't understand is that people born transsexual need to transition like you need to breath. To lead happy, fulfilling lives they must transition. Living as half a person is incredibly difficult. It's not a coincidence that the suicide rate for people boorn transsexual is quite high. That goes way down if they are allowed to transition. So they get to be happy, society gets a productive citizen and the medical dollars are no longer tied up dealing with depressions and suicide attempts. What's not to like? Everybody wins.


Don't judge others.

Don't guilt trip others.

This isn't about selfishness either, it's about IDENTITY.

She is not pretending. She has always been a female!

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