Sex after sex change

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Background: Tactile and erogenous sensitivity in reconstructed genitals is one of the goals in sex reassignment surgery. Since November until April , a total of phalloplasties with the radial forearm free flap and vaginoclitoridoplasties with the inverted penoscrotal skin flap and the dorsal glans pedicled flap have been performed at Ghent University Hospital. The specific surgical tricks used to preserve genital and tactile sensitivity are presented. In phalloplasty, the dorsal hood of the clitoris is incorporated into the neoscrotum; the clitoris is transposed, buried, and fixed directly below the reconstructed phallic shaft; and the medial and lateral antebrachial nerves are coapted to the inguinal nerve and to one of the 2 dorsal nerves of the clitoris.

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What It’s Like To Have Sex After Gender-Confirmation Surgery

Having genital surgery changes the way you have sex, and maybe how you experience sex as well. You have to discover all over again how your body works sexually. Your sensitive spots remain intact and often you can still have an orgasm. You will get a vagina, a penis or a mini penis, also called a micro-penis. These are called neo-vagina or neo-penis.
In high school, I considered myself gay because I was in a male body and was attracted to boys. I come from small town in Indiana, where it seemed like everyone was straight and in a relationship. I was often the oddball left alone at the end of the night. I never had any sexual experiences with girls. My first hookup was junior year of high school, with a boy from a different town who played football.