Last summer, HuffPost Gay Voices asked transgender people to share photos of themselves on Twitter using the hashtag WhatTransLooksLike in an effort to show just how diverse -- and beautiful! We were absolutely gobsmacked by the response we received. In fact, people were so excited about WhatTransLooksLike that we received countless requests for us to do another call out. So, that's exactly what we did. And it couldn't have come at a better time. Of course, there's much work left to do. And while representations in the media of what it means to be trans are becoming more varied and nuanced, for the most part, the images, stories and experiences of trans people still do not receive the attention they deserve.
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Genital Confirmation Surgery (GCS)
In October , Emily Kaufman, then a year-old junior at the University of Michigan, told her story of trying to join a sorority as an out trans woman to Cosmopolitan. Emily never got a bid to a Michigan sorority — but the same month her story was published, she accomplished another one of her life goals: to undergo gender confirmation surgery. A little over a year later, Emily, now a year-old senior at Michigan and a board member at Point of Pride, a non-profit that supports the trans community, is sharing her experience of what it was really like to undergo gender confirmation surgery.
The decision to have gender confirmation surgery GCS is a very personal, private matter, and not all transwomen will elect to undergo this procedure. It is important to keep in mind that GCS is not a requirement for transition, and many transwomen feel happy and content with their bodies without undergoing GCS. However, GCS can have a number of positive benefits for those patients who do choose to undergo the procedure, including decreased gender dysphoria and improvements in both mental health and sexual functioning. While there is no one right answer regarding GCS, working with your therapist can help you to decide whether undergoing GCS is the right decision for you.