While the present discoveries of therapeutic science uncover poor psychosocial outcome for people who have engaged in sexual reassignment treatments, it should not be a point to be satisfied. We should also look further for philosophical knowledge, beginning with some fundamental realities about human prosperity and healthy well-being. We should start by perceiving that sex reassignment is physically not possible. Our psyches and senses work legitimately when they uncover reality to us and lead us to truth. Furthermore, we prosper when we grasp reality and live as per it. A human being may locate some passionate help in grasping a lie, but doing so would not improve his or her objective to be better in any means. Thus, this falsehood living is keeps people from thriving fully, and it also causes distress. So, a major problem is perplexity as well as the confusion over transgendered idea. Various studies regard this idea to be biologically implausible, and impossible. In fact, it is evident that individuals undergo this surgery do not just change from being men to being ladies
6or women to being men. But, they only become what can be termed as ‘Feminized Men’ or ‘Masculinized Women.’ An attempt to claim that this is a civil right issue and empowering transgender surgery is in fact collaborating with unethical medical process, and promoting mental disorder.
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