I just wanted to put these on this blog for mainly my own record ... this is what I'm hearing today (if I ever forget and need reminding with future challenges...aka a minimally scarred arm after phallo surgery)
NOTE TO SELF: I guess it didn't matter that other trans people did their utmost to stop me speaking about this on forums and youtube channels by blocking me and judging that what I had to say was wrong ... the truth always gets to where it needs to go;
Andrew - this was SO helpful: thank you! I saw that Dr a couple of months ago and my surgery is booked for April, but I have serious reservations about her for the reasons you mentioned. Good on you for shopping around: you've inspired me to do the same :). Well done, and congratulations on the outcome: you look fantastic!
hey I'm just watching your surgery video wow mate just wow that is amazing, i'm sooooo happy you spoke about those things honestly you have shown such courage. i guess if i had the amount of persistence, courage and encouragement from more of the community i probably would have taken more time and questioned more surgeons...thanks for making the video i truly hope people follow in your footsteps and do what's right for them
i'm passing those doctor's details onto my son(s)
I'm flying up to Sydney soon to have a consult with that doctor and am going to see if I can get a consultation with your one too. Thanks again :)
Thanks Andy! You're the best! I'm super stoked I stumbled upon you actually, as most ftm's are usually quite androgynous or butch before they transition, and though I am not femme in any way, I look so much like a girl :( And you are the only other person I found that was quite feminine looking as such before you started ... ps Journey therapy sounds amazing