Gender Reassignment Surgery


~ I Want My Sex Back: Transgender people who regretted changing sex (RT Documentary) – YouTube

~ Transgender Regret – A Dutch Documentary – YouTube




~ Gender reassignment surgery extremely complicated – YouTube


~ Detrans Awareness Day – YouTube

~ Detransition: The Elephant in the Room Documentary – YouTube

~ Detransitioning: Reversing a gender transition – BBC Newsnight – YouTube

~ ‘Hundreds’ of young trans people seeking help to return to original sex – YouTube

~ (Part 1) He ‘de-transitioned’ back to Walt after living as Laura for 8 years. This is his story. – YouTube

~ (Part 2) He ‘de-transitioned’ back to Walt after living as Laura for 8 years. This is his story. – YouTube

~ Reversing a Gender Transition – YouTube

~ The rise of transgender reversals: Surgeon in sex-change hub of Serbia reports a surge in the rate of patients changing their mind – VIDEO




~ Bath Spa blocks ‘politically incorrect’ transgender research – YouTube

~ UK university bans ‘politically incorrect’ research into gender reassignment reversal – YouTube



~ Former Transgender Woman Tears Apart Lies of LGBT Activists – The Daily Signal – YouTube

~ Is transgenderism real? – Walt Heyer – YouTube

~ Walter Heyer – Rethinking Transgender- An Autobiographical Perspective – YouTube

~ Walt Heyer – Transgenderism: The Consequences – YouTube




~ 41% attempt suicide who undergo sex change surgery; parents should be jailed who do this to kids – YouTube


Reports

  • Correction to Bränström and Pachankis – American Journal of Psychiatry
    • After the article “Reduction in Mental Health Treatment Utilization Among Transgender Individuals After Gender-Affirming Surgeries: A Total Population Study” by Richard Bränström, Ph.D., and John E. Pachankis, Ph.D. (doi: 10.1176/appi.ajp.2019.19010080), was published online on October 4, 2019, some letters containing questions on the statistical methodology employed in the study led the Journal to seek statistical consultations. The results of these consultations were presented to the study authors, who concurred with many of the points raised. Upon request, the authors reanalyzed the data to compare outcomes between individuals diagnosed with gender incongruence who had received gender-affirming surgical treatments and those diagnosed with gender incongruence who had not. While this comparison was performed retrospectively and was not part of the original research question given that several other factors may differ between the groups, the results demonstrated no advantage of surgery in relation to subsequent mood or anxiety disorder-related health care visits or prescriptions or hospitalizations following suicide attempts in that comparison. Given that the study used neither a prospective cohort design nor a randomized controlled trial design, the conclusion that “the longitudinal association between gender-affirming surgery and lower use of mental health treatment lends support to the decision to provide gender-affirming surgeries to transgender individuals who seek them” is too strong. Finally, although the percentage of individuals with a gender incongruence diagnosis who had received gender-affirming surgical treatments during the follow-up period is correctly reported in Table 3 (37.9%), the text incorrectly refers to this percentage as 48%. The article was reposted on August 1, 2020, correcting this percentage and including an addendum referencing the postpublication discussion captured in the Letters to the Editor section of the August 2020 issue of the Journal (1).
  • Long-Term Follow-Up of Transsexual Persons Undergoing Sex Reassignment Surgery- Cohort Study in Sweden – PLoS One
    • Persons with transsexualism, after sex reassignment, have considerably higher risks for mortality, suicidal behaviour, and psychiatric morbidity than the general population. Our findings suggest that sex reassignment, although alleviating gender dysphoria, may not suffice as treatment for transsexualism, and should inspire improved psychiatric and somatic care after sex reassignment for this patient group.
  • ~ Psychiatric Axis I Comorbidities among Patients with Gender Dysphoria – PubMed
  • ~ Reversal Surgery in Regretful Male-to-Female Transsexuals After Sex Reassignment Surgery – PubMed
  • ~ Urethral complications after gender reassignment surgery- a systematic review – International Journal of Impotence Research – Nature

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