Where are genitals taken for sex reassignment surgery?

Where are genitals taken for sex reassignment surgery?

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Answer 1
August, 2021

Although, say, the idea of โ€‹โ€‹exchanging genitals between FtM and MtF, which are simultaneously operated on, looks logical and attractive, I'm afraid that sewing on the genitals of another person is still too difficult a task. With sex reassignment surgery, new organs are formed from the patient's own body tissue. Gregory Welter has already written about FtM, and yes, things are not the best there, so from surgery transsexuals are most often limited to mastectomy (removal of mammary glands). With gender reassignment from male to female, things are a little better. Most often, the so-called penile inversion is used to create a neovagina: the penis, if I may say so, is "turned" inside the body, while the labia are formed from the tissues of the scrotum, and the clitoris is formed from the head of the penis, which retains sensitivity with a successful operation. There is also a method according to which a fragment of the sigmoid colon is used for the neovagina, but, in my opinion, it is no longer used.

Here in this video you can see the whole process. If anything, don't worry, it's animation, no shock content. :)

Answer 2
August, 2021

They don't take anywhere, if we're talking about internal genital organs - they are cut out, so that trances cannot have children. I can't say how exactly the process of vaginoplasty goes, but phalloplasty is done like this: the skin is cut from the arm / leg / abdomen of the trance, from which the penis is formed. After the operation, it becomes insensitive and inoperative, for this reason many ftm trances do not perform any downward operations.

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