Sex after sex change

Duration: 10min 24sec Views: 397 Submitted: 13.01.2020
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A long-term follow-up study of 55 transsexual patients 32 male-to-female and 23 female-to-male post-sex reassignment surgery SRS was carried out to evaluate sexual and general health outcome. Relatively few and minor morbidities were observed in our group of patients, and they were mostly reversible with appropriate treatment. A trend toward more general health problems in male-to-females was seen, possibly explained by older age and smoking habits. Although all male-to-females, treated with estrogens continuously, had total testosterone levels within the normal female range because of estrogen effects on sex hormone binding globulin, only The female-to-males masturbated significantly more frequently than the male-to-females, and a trend to more sexual satisfaction, more sexual excitement, and more easily reaching orgasm was seen in the female-to-male group. The majority of participants reported a change in orgasmic feeling, toward more powerful and shorter for female-to-males and more intense, smoother, and longer in male-to-females.

Sexual and physical health after sex reassignment surgery

Sexual and Physical Health After Sex Reassignment Surgery | SpringerLink

Many will remember the moment back in January when actress Laverne Cox schooled Katie Couric, after Couric ask an invasive question about her body. We experience discrimination disproportionately to the rest of the community. Our unemployment rate is twice the national average [. For the most part, people have respected that request. But according to my friend Nomi Ruiz, this has inadvertently created a taboo in the trans community: Nobody talks about sex. Nomi is a transgender singer and host of the podcast Allegedly NYC. But I do know well that, when dealing with sexuality or any other sensitive topic, it is generally useful to hear the stories of people with experiences similar to your own, because it helps you to better understand your own experience and your own body.

What It’s Like to Have Sex for the First Time After Transitioning

As we chat, Hammond shifts between these two conflicting narratives of post-bottom surgery sex. No matter how progressive your sexual politics, it can be difficult not to get swept up in the idea that our first experiences of intimacy are still significant. Of course, for transfeminine people, virginity narratives can be a bit more complex. Yet all those cultural ideas about sex as a woman — and first sex itself — still shape those initial forays into feminine sex, for better and for worse, in ways both exciting and awkward. No matter what your transition looks like, presenting as a woman can radically alter the way your partners treat you.
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