You're here: Home > Message Boards > Plastic Surgery > Find, Search, Choose Plastic Surgeon Forum

Plastic Surgery, Beauty, Skin Care Message Boards & Blogs

Our message boards are for all of us who want to talk, listen, share, and support fellow women and men interested in discussing plastic surgery, beauty treatments, pregnancy, gynecological concerns, aging, and various health conditions. You can read messages without logging in. To post a message, please log in or register. It's free...and being a member gives you access to important information. By using the Message Boards, you agree to the Message Boards Policies.

SUBSCRIBE: Sign up to get newsletter with weekly popular topics discussed on the boards  

I am a 20 year old male who wants to look more feminine.

Postby kennywood » Sun Dec 07, 2008 10:46 am

More eyeliner, shaping your brows (especially at the ends), softer lipstick, and a more feminine haircut would make a big difference.

Onch on Paris Hilton's my new BFF looked alot less feminine when he took off all his make-up.
Posts: 4
Joined: Wed Oct 15, 2008 10:02 am

Re: I am a 20 year old male who wants to look more feminine.

Postby godtheking » Mon Sep 26, 2016 1:22 pm

The sex reassignment surgery is a term that refers to surgical procedures by which the genitals are modified by the birth of a person to be like the genre with which the patient is identified. This surgery is transsexual people who choose it as part of their sex change done. It is also performed in cases of intersexuality (especially in childhood). The process is known by various names, such as sex reassignment surgery ( "CRS"), surgical gender reassignment, genital reconstruction surgery and gender reassignment surgery, among other medical terms such as "feminizing genitoplasty" or "penectomy", "orchiectomy" and "vaginoplasty" which in the clinical setting are used for transsexual women. For transgender men "masculinizing genitoplasty", "metoidioplasty or phalloplasty" is used. People who undergo sex reassignment surgery is commonly known as transsexuals "trans" - for having undergone a change, a transformation, a step; "Sex" - as they have characteristics (not sexual actions) of a person. More recently, these people identify as transgender and not as transgender. In a statement of 2013, the United Nations Organization condemned the application without consensus surgery "normalization" for the treatment of intersex
Posts: 1
Joined: Fri Sep 23, 2016 7:39 am


Return to Find, Search, Choose Plastic Surgeon Forum


Featured Specialists