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But those born male who are dosed with female hormones and undergo cosmetic surgery in order to present as female will never be women.
Trans-women pushing for womb transplants on the NHS are driven by a desire to experience childbirth, because it is considered to be an authentic female experience.
He said he believed transplants for trans-women would happen in ‘maybe a decade’.
Dr Alghrani, director of Liverpool University’s Health Law & Regulation Unit and a trained barrister, makes her case in the Journal of Law and the Biosciences, saying that once women started being offered womb transplants, ‘questions will arise as to whether this should be publicly funded’ for trans-women too. It could lead others to demand transplants, including straight men, ‘allowing for couples to jointly share the reproductive burdens and joys of pregnancy’.
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The stick-thin model look is relatively new, and most men will agree that the fuller figure is still much more desirable.
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It will impinge on the meaning of motherhood and womanhood.’However, gynaecologists are increasingly convinced that implanting a donor womb into a person born with male organs is possible, with one top doctor saying it is just a decade away.And now some NHS doctors are backing their demands.Consultant gynaecologist Dr Arianna D’Angelo, of the NHS’s Wales Fertility Institute, said it was right from an ‘ethical point of view’.‘We already have fertility preservation for transgender people, to give them the possibility to have their own genetic child,’ she said.‘So I don’t see much of a difference between that and actually delivering their own child.’ Dr Francoise Shelfield, a clinical lecturer in obstetrics and gynaecology at University College London, who has treated infertile NHS patients for 30 years, added her support.‘If we are saying we should have equality and we have legislation [defending the rights of transgender people], I do not see why not,’ she said. The reasons are well-documented, and range from an evolutionary attraction to fuller figures due to their child-bearing potential, to a simpler interpretation that we are naturally drawn to the aesthetic of curves, hence their pervasiveness in many aspects of design. History has shown us that time and time again, the hourglass figure is the most sought-after trait in a prospective sexual partner.
But this is not about transgender rights – it’s about a twisted notion as to what constitutes a ‘real woman’.