Why do men have transgender surgery?
People who have transgender surgery, typically, are unhappy living in the gender that they were born in and wish to become the opposite gender.
A transgender woman who hasn't had bottom surgery urinates through her penis.
Yes, transgender women can father children, but only if they have not had transitional surgery. Transgender men cannot father children.
Shemale is a term used for transgender men in porn. He is a man but have though surgery or hormones got breasts.
Transgender men don't have a penis.
Before they have the final surgery and change their genitals, yes. Then they are still full functioning men and women. (Adding to this) before surgery a lot of transgender people take estrogen or testosterone to make then more feminine or masculine. When they take those hormones they become infertile. So if they haven't taken hormones and haven't had bottom surgery, then yes they can have kids. Hope this helped ❤
A transgender woman is born a male and they simply live as women. They may take hormones. The proper name is transgender woman. Transsexual women tend to get surgery and/or take hormones to grow breasts. Not all transsexual women consider themselves transgender. However, arguably, a person is neither transgender nor transsexual after surgery, since the goal for the surgery is usually to become completely female.
Transgender male to female persons would have their testicles removed during gender reassignment surgery. Transgender female to male persons will often have cosmetic testicles added during gender reassignment surgery.
Transgender women who have decided not to or haven't reached the stage of sex reassignment surgery do.
Yes, as long as the transgender woman has not had sex reassignment surgery.
If you mean what I think you mean, then you mean Female-to-Male, right? Transgendered men do not have semen. As a matter of fact, genital reconstruction for FTMs is still rather primitive. But no, transgender men have no sperm, and in case you are wondering, transgender women have no eggs. Once a transgendered person undergoes surgery to become themselves, their reproductive system does not work anymore. But advances in technology may someday grant us ovaries… Read More
A transgender man has to undergo sexual reassignment surgery to receive a penis.
Yes, she is.
yes. but after SRS (sex-reassignment surgery) they are female, not male.
Yes, transgender is real. There are both transgender women and transgender men. People who feel that their gender assignment of birth is at odds with who they are do exist.
People are either born transgender or their not.
Kate Snow never had sex reassignment surgery. She was born female.
yes if she can afford the surgery.
At least urinate with it.
Transgender is a catchall term for persons whose body is physically one single sex but the gender they have (the mind) may not match the physical sex or be between the sexes (ie., have some aspects of both feminine and male roles). Persons suffering transsexualism go on to have surgery to correct the difference between mind and body, but most transgender persons are able to go without changes and either dress or act in the… Read More
Male to female transgender people, while taking hormones will begin to physically change; in the ways of a rounder body, softer skin, slightly higher voice, and the start of the development of breasts. Their male sexual reproductive organs will cease to function as they once did, but their genitals will not change without the assistance of surgery. The same applies for female to male transgender people; hormone therapy plays a big part, but full changes… Read More
Transgender women are. Transgender men are not. Non-binary people are not.
Yes, if he hasn't had sex reassignment surgery.
Women don't, but a transgender man might.
Only if she hasn't had sexual reassignment surgery.
Transgender males can have a penis, a vulva and vagina, just a vulva, or a variation. It depends on the individual person, and if they're had any form of surgery.
Yes, if they have a penis.
Yes, as long as no surgery has been done. Females have ovaries, fallopian tubes, female genitals and a womb. Males have prostate, and male genitals. Transwomen can still father children, and Trans Men can still get pregnant. But, if you were born male and have surgery to become a female your surgery doesn't yet include giving ovaries, fallopian tubes, and a womb. Answer: It's a mixed bag: depending on your definition of transgender, whether you… Read More
Yes, if he decides to get sex reassignment surgery or use a prosthesis.
Female to Male Transgender persons are born anatomically female, which means that unless they receive Gender Reassignment Surgery they would still have vaginas. Yes, unless they get reassignment surgery. Someone else's genitals is really none of our business though.
Absolutely not. Transgender women are women. You are only gay if you are a man who is sexually attracted to men
It's where either a guy becomes a girl, or a girl becomes a guy. But there's A LOT of surgery you have go through to become what you want to be.
By growing up and deciding if she needs to take hormones and/or get surgery.
Yes, a transwoman can father a child if she has not had general reassignment surgery.
If a transgender woman that was born male and has sexual relations with a woman before her reassignment surgery. Or if she has a sperm sample medically stored, then later after her gender reassignment surgery finds a surrogate mother with which to have a baby through in vitro fertilization, then yes, she can.
The difference between transgender and transsexual is that transsexuals often get surgery to change their sex while transgenders simply don't identify with the sex roles that are placed on them.
No, but pre op transsexual women do
This depends on the physical aspects of the individual: if a transgender individual's sex organs have been altered or removed by surgery, then it is unlikely (or impossible, in the case of removal) that the individual can become pregnant.
Transsexual men wear tuxedos when they get married, generally speaking. Transmen are Female-to-Male, or FtM transsexuals. However, Transwomen are Male-to-Female, or MtF transsexuals, and they generally wear a wedding gown on their big day. This is regardless of hormone or surgery status.
Only if they aren't on testosterone and still have a uterus.
Transgender men are assigned female at birth. Transgender women are assigned male at birth.
Transgender yes, since transgender people rarely get the surgery. They simply dress and live as the other gender and usually don't get surgery. At this time, there are still physical differences between postop TS women and other women, but not psychological, spiritual, or mental differences. Though modern surgery has come quite a long way, there is no way for a TS woman to have children, ovulate, have her period, etc. The surgery creates a very… Read More
There are many types of surgeries that transgender people can get. The most well known is sex reassignment surgery on the genitals. The price varies between surgeons and location. It can cost between $7,000 in Thailand to over $50,000 in the United States. You would need to check a particular surgeon for pricing.
I don't think health insurance covered sex reassignment surgery, but you do need a "transgender" lawyer to help you with legal issues.
Usually none. People who live as the other sex and never get surgery are correctly called transgender. The term transsexual is a medical diagnosis reserved for those with the most severe gender conflict. People call themselves transgender, but doctors diagnose people with transsexualism. Transsexualism is inborn, but transgenderism is often recreational and/or chosen. Transsexual persons and transgender persons have different underlying etiologies. As for the surgeries that people born with transsexualism undergo, it depends on… Read More
yes. for more information you can visit http://www.lgbthealthchannel.com/transgender/surgery.shtml it explains the procedure there.
Appearing as, wishing to be considered as, or having undergone surgery to become a member (physically) of the opposite sex (gender).
A transgender girl cannot undergo gender reassignment surgery until she's 18.
If they have had surgery and everything, there should be no difference between transsexual women and other women, so there should be no difference in the bedroom. A transsexual woman's vagina after surgery looks and functions about like any other woman's vagina. Most transsexual women won't have sex with men before surgery. They want the same type of sex as other heterosexual females and would never consensually engage in gay sex. Most who would live… Read More
Yes, many trans ladies can store their sperm before sex reassignment surgery to use later.