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These are fascinating stories This once 'taboo' issue is at least out in the open. One of your classmates blogged about a University that adopted a trans-friendly bathroom policy! That is awesome about the trans-gender bathroom! I never considered your question about these issues not even existing. Sadly, I am not sure we will ever get to that point.
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I'm Changing My Sex
Producers' Notes From True Life: I'm Changing My Sex - MTV
Post a Comment. Got a chance last night to check out the latest episode in the MTV True Life series that focuses on trans people. I didn't like the title, but I forgave them after I watched the show and noted how respectfully done the documentary was. The show focuses on the lives of transwoman Elle and transman Ted, who are both well into their transitions and on track for their respective surgeries. Elle's transition is moving forward towards SRS with help of a supportive family.
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First-person reports on how young adults deal with issues such as sex, drugs, money, politics and religion. Cameras follow young people who are considering gender- reassignment surgery. Because it's never too early to plan Thursday night
The responses we received after we put out the casting call were overwhelming in a really wonderful way, and the transgender community was incredibly supportive of the show right from the beginning. As we started to research the topic, we soon discovered that documenting the entire sex change process from start to finish would take much longer than the time we had to complete this project. We caught up with Elle and Ted during the very final stages of their transitions; in order for them to go through the surgical procedures that you see in the show, they first had to undergo intensive therapy and live full-time as the opposite gender for an entire year or more to be totally sure that they were ready to make such irreversible changes. And before going under the knife or even starting hormone therapy, both of them had to present their surgeons with letters from their therapists that stated that they did truly believe that they had what has been defined as gender dysphoria. What surprised us the most as we began filming was how determined both characters were to make these changes.