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Latest revision as of 16:36, 25 June 2020

Paul McHugh explains, using antiepistemic arguments, why he decided to stop offering sex reassignment surgery at Johns Hopkins University.


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“Those I met after surgery“Those I met after surgery would tell me that the surgery and hormone treatments that had made them “women” had also made them happy and contented. None of these encounters were persuasive, however. The post-surgical subjects struck me as caricatures of women.” struck me as caricatures of women.” +
Why We Stopped Doing Sex Change Operations +
Surgical Sex +
November 2004 +
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