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Our genitals are not discarded, they are simply reshaped. Much like the existence of trans lesbians serves to disprove the “really, really gay” myth, in this case we can point to the existence of butch or tomboy trans women. It is divorced from concepts of what a man or woman is or isn’t supposed to be like, and appears to be very much innate and unchanging.

It also appears to be related to the neurological “body map” and relationship to one’s body- feelings of either comfort or alienation.

Remaining tissue and skin get used to form a clitoral hood and add additional depth to the vaginal canal as needed.

The scrotal tissue is used to form outer labia and create the aesthetic appearance of a typical female vulva.It reinforces the idea that we have simply discarded our sex rather than creating for ourselves a new one. Unless a film or TV show is explicitly the long, gradual, complex, multifaceted, emotionally harrowing, highly individual process of transition, it is impossible to really portray it accurately or fit it into a plot. No irritating legal hassles with changing name and documentation. No getting accustomed to bras and heels and earrings and annoying nightmarishly fiddly little jewelry clasps. No adapting to the loss of male privilege and learning how to deal with cat calls. But I guess the one that I’d most like to unpack is how, like the thoroughly debunked theory of “autogynophilia”, it looks at trans women’s sexuality and motives through a lens of male sexuality and motives. The conclusions he draws, based upon the assumption that a man is fundamentally a sexual agent and a woman is fundamentally a sexual object, are that the “shemale” is doing it to get laid, to attract men to him with his new hot, curvy, sexual-object of a body.It is reductive, and imagines our new state as “less” than our previous one. And many trans women choose not to, or can’t, undergo SRS. Most of the times transition shows up in movies or TV, it’s as a plot device. No wondering whether the better orgasms are worth their infrequency. No long, complex process of reacquainting yourself with new genitalia and learning to understand them. A hypothetical cis male sits on his couch and is absent-mindedly flipping through a porn magazine. Either that or, as in “autogynophilia”, doing it to have himself as his very own personal sex object. Aren’t you sort of reinforcing stereotypical gender roles? The truth is fairly simple: gender identity and sexual orientation have nothing whatsoever to do with one another. The cultural assumption of heterosexuality is so intrinsic, we see gay men as being somehow in defiance of what it is to be a man. It was even pulled out recently while Lance Bass, an openly gay man, was guest-hosting Access Hollywood. I think a lot of this confusion stems from how strongly we associate behaviour with gender.

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