Transvestite sex change operation
Chelsea Attonley says she is fed up and wants taxpayers to fund surgery to reverse breast and gender reassignment surgery so she can become a man again. Chelsea Attonley, 30, who was born a boy called Matthew want taxpayers to foot the bill moaning that being a woman is too "exhausting. After struggled with her identity while growing up and he became a drag queen called Miss Malibu. But then Chelsea — who mimicked Katie aka Jordan's style by wearing a blonde wig, miniskirts and stilettos — had a chance meeting with the lads' mag favourite in a nightclub in But now, seven years after his momentous decision to become a woman, Chelsea wants to go back to being a man - with the taxpayer footing the bill. Chelsea, who lives on welfare benefits, told Closer magazine she finds dressing and acting as a girl "exhausting" and feels she has never been accepted as a real woman.
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Two months ago, Marissa Dainton changed sex for the third time in 11 years. She started life as Mark Dainton in In , a year before her first sex change operation, she took the name Patricia Vincent. Four years later, Patricia decided to go back to living as Mark.
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I have let them mutilate me. Far from solving my problems, the operation has made things worse. Sandra, formerly Peter, had a sex-change operation in , when she was At the time of the operation she was having panic attacks and was heavily dependent on tranquillisers. Now she is finally coming off them, an alarming certainty is dawning on her: the surgery should never have taken place.
An estimated 1. And, today, the topic of transgender health care is more widely discussed than ever before. Despite this, lost in the shuffle between conversations about equal access to bathrooms and popular culture icons is the history of a piece of modern medicine that should no longer remain so elusive.
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