The Pros And Cons Of Sex Change

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Sex Change is a process where a person decides to go under medical procedures to change their sex organs; this will give them a new identity. “For the medical term it is known as sex reassignment (SRS) also can be called as gender confirmation surgery, gender reassignment surgery, and genital reconstruction surgery.” [1] In 1952 the first ever sex reassignment surgery was done to a transgender named Christine Jorgensen. [2] In many years around the world people have had many different opinions on whether sex change is a morally correct way or a wrong way of identifying a person’s new identity. More say they rather not have sex change to be legal but in my opinion it is each individual’s decision who and what they want to do in life.

Sex Reassignment is done to change a person’s body part so their appearance will look as if they are the opposite gender. There are many types
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[] Some of the benefits of getting sex change done for people are it makes them become who they really wanted to be, this leads to having a better sex life not having to worry about their body.[] Having done surgery there will also have physical and mental disadvantages, which is hard to deal with. There are many complications that can happen after the operation, like minor scars, infections and bleeding, another disadvantage of getting surgery done is if you’ve gone male to female or vice versa you won’t be able to reproduce. [] One of the main cons of getting sex change surgery is some people do not accept the change, which can lead to discrimination. Some can get unemployed, reduced income, and be totally isolated from the public. [] That’s why it’s a choice for people; it’s something you really have to think about and learn about because it really does affect someone’s

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