Taken from Journal of Sexual Medicine, volume 14, Number 12, December 2017.
Authored by Tim van de Grift and group from the Netherlands. 21 transmen followed at least a year after phalloplasty or metoidioplasty were asked what motivated them to have surgery. 100% said “gender confirmation.” 78% wished to enable sexual intercourse, and voiding while standing was reported in 74%. Following surgery the genitalia were used more during sex, 78% vs. 31% before. Patients reported more pleasure, confidence, and less passivity.
Voiding symptoms were notably higher in those who had urethral surgery.
Harold M. Reed, M.D.
The Reed Centre for Transgender Surgery – Miami
Transman who had phalloplasty surgery elsewhere revised by Dr. Reed with insertion of malleable semi-rigid penile implant for penetration
Metoidioplasty patient of Dr. Reed