Sex and gender minorities may be interested in surgeries developed for transgender people.
Speak with your surgeon about your goals, which could include new combinations of available procedures.
These goals can be accomplished with surgery, including bringing the voice pitch into range in the middle of typical masculine and feminine pitch.
Some people choose surgery for their chest area as part of a gender transition. This is called top surgery involves reshaping the area to match the client’s gender expression.
Communities including eunuchs, smoothies, nullos, genderfluid, and nonbinary people who wish to have orchiectomy performed are encouraged to do this with a qualified practitioner. Other options include penectomy, vulvoplasty, and other procedures outside binary genital configurations.
Communities including stone butches, genderfluid, and nonbinary people may wish to have a hysterectomy, or oophorectomy. Other options include vaginectomy and other procedures outside binary genital configurations. These include the suite of procedures available to trans men.
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