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The testicles, which are male reproductive organs that produce sperm, sit in a sac, called the scrotum. The scrotum is just below the penis. There are two common orchiectomy procedures for transgender women: bilateral orchiectomy and simple orchiectomy. In a bilateral orchiectomy, the surgeon removes both testicles. During a simple orchiectomy, the surgeon could remove either one or both testicles.
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Tucking is defined by the Transgender Health Information Program as ways one can hide the penis and testes, such as moving the penis and scrotum between the buttocks, or moving the testes up into the inguinal canals. The inguinal canals make up the body cavity where the testes sit before birth. Some people may also tuck for aesthetic purposes, for cosplay or drag. Tucking will allow all these individuals to achieve a smooth appearance and hide any external genitals.
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Sex Reassignment Surgery in the Female-to-Male Transsexual

Try out PMC Labs and tell us what you think. Learn More. In female-to-male transsexuals, the operative procedures are usually performed in different stages: first the subcutaneous mastectomy which is often combined with a hysterectomy-ovarectomy endoscopically assisted.
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Originally published in two parts at Skepchick and Queereka and cross-posted here with permission. It is not my intent to contribute to the ongoing cultural erasure of trans men, and I believe their voices, experiences and identities deserve to be heard and understood. Cis readers, please note that much of this can be applied to transsexuality in general. Debunking myths is one of those things that us skeptics are supposed to do, right? This one is impressively persistent, and unbelievably common.
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