By Miranda Bryant For Dailymail. A transgender woman who underwent a vaginoplasty to have her penis turned into a vagina has described in graphic detail what the process was really like. Jessica, who identifies as a queer woman, had already started hormone replacement therapy and gone all the way to South Korea to have vocal chord surgery to transform her baritone voice when she decided to have a breast augmentation surgery and a vaginoplasty in one operation. After her vaginoplasty, which she had near her home in East Bay Area, California, she warned 'there are going to be parts of you that are going to melt off' in an interview with Truth Speak Project. Scroll down for video. Melting: A transgender woman has described what it is like to undergo gender reassignment surgery; a video reenactment by the European Association of Urology shows what genitals might look like after the procedure.
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Skip navigation! Story from Sex. This story was originally published on May 15, Update: Since we originally published this story on May 15, artists Rhys Ernst and Zackary Drucker have expanded on their photographic project, Relationship , which chronicled the pair's romantic relationship as Ernst transitioned from feminine to masculine expression and Drucker transitioned from masculine to feminine expression. Original Post: Rhys Ernst and Zackary Drucker didn't intend to turn their lives into a public photography exhibition. They began documenting their relationship through photographs in , and over the next five and a half years, they amassed hundreds of images. The snapshots — taken by them and for them — chronicle Ernst and Drucker's time spent together as lovers and partners. Encouraged by a curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art, Ernst and Drucker selected the 46 photographs featured in Relationship , now on view at the Whitney Biennial.
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By Carly Stern For Dailymail. Choosing to undergo gender reassignment surgery is an intensely personal and monumental decision — one that, understandably, many trans people choose not to reveal much about. The magazine has since released a nine-minute video documenting the experience, including interviews with Emmie, her identical twin brother Caleb, her mom, and her plastic surgeon. Scroll down for video.
In October , Emily Kaufman, then a year-old junior at the University of Michigan, told her story of trying to join a sorority as an out trans woman to Cosmopolitan. Emily never got a bid to a Michigan sorority — but the same month her story was published, she accomplished another one of her life goals: to undergo gender confirmation surgery. A little over a year later, Emily, now a year-old senior at Michigan and a board member at Point of Pride, a non-profit that supports the trans community, is sharing her experience of what it was really like to undergo gender confirmation surgery. I want people to know the truth. I wanted a vagina even before I came out as trans and started transitioning in I remember thinking, "Maybe I could be a guy with a vagina. I dreamed about it. I used to, about once a week, break down and cry in my room over not having a vagina. It wanted to feel like I was in my own body and not inhabiting someone else's body. When I realized I was trans, my dreams about having a vagina made sense in a whole new way.