Thursday, February 11, 2016

This Video Shows How Male-to-Female Sex Reassignment Surgery Really Works

The physical transition from male to female is a long one, but a new video shows in detail how male-to-female sex reassignment surgery actually works.
The animated video, uploaded to Vimeo by the European Association of Urology, lays out the process of removing a person’s penis and testicles and forming a vagina. And it. Is. Fascinating. 
Click to Watch it below:
From start to finish, here's how surgeons perform the procedure:

  • The scrotum is cut down the middle, and each testicle is removed.
  • The skin of the penis is cut and pushed to the base.
  • The head of the penis is sliced (but not fully removed) and pulled back, and the inside of the penis is removed.
  • The penile skin is inverted, and incisions are made to create a clitoris and urethral opening.
  • The head of the penis is reduced to the size of a clitoris and reinserted.
  • A vaginal opening is formed by inverting the area where the scrotum used to be.
  • Skin from the scrotum is used to create labia.

Research has shown that most patients are able to have a healthy sex life after sex reassignment surgery (also known as gender confirmation surgery) and can even orgasm.
Gender confirmation surgery is just one step in the process of transitioning from a man to a woman, however—there’s counseling, breast augmentation surgery, hormone therapy, and more involved. The surgery, if elected, is usually one of the final steps.
There is also a similar surgery available for transgender men, in which a small penis is typically constructed by stretching out the clitoris.

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