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Twelve months ago in a cold operating room, lying on an even colder surgery table, I was preparing to go to bed and wake up to the answer to the wish I had begged for every night for the last 18 years.

But it did and when I woke up, my eyes immediately filled up with tears.

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Even though Dating a trans woman vaginoplasty just went through such Dating a trans woman vaginoplasty major ordeal, I had never have felt so painless as I did when I realized I was at one with my body.

A what-used-to-be-a-penis and was constructed into a vagina. Hair looking questionable but my makeup was cute. A post shared by Maddy McKenna maddyjameson on Oct 11, at I think I watched too much porn when I was Dating a trans woman vaginoplasty or I stared up too many dresses of Barbies.

But vaginas are like snowflakes, okay? It would be weird if they were! Some women have more definition than others; some may have a visible clitoris; and with others you may have to do a little more searching. My left labia is puffier than my right and my right labia is a bit darker in my peachy salmon shade. Am I considering labiaplasty? A post shared by Maddy McKenna maddyjameson on Sep 30, at I was one day short of eight weeks post-op when I thought I would give things a go, completely clueless as to how I even operate, now.

You have to experiment, you have to feel ridiculous for a little while, and you have to go through not feeling a thing. A post shared by Maddy McKenna maddyjameson on Jul 7, at Masturbation used to be Dating a trans woman vaginoplasty. I was never into it; it always felt awkward and forced, and after I would finish, the biggest wave of guilt and shame would crash over me.

Not every time, but I often cry afterwards. It feels THAT sensational, and not even just physically. The way my body aligns with my mind and sends my body into complete shock for a few seconds makes me feel like my spirit literally beams out of my Dating a trans woman vaginoplasty. Seriously, what is up with orgasms???

The big bang theory. A post shared by Maddy McKenna maddyjameson on Sep 7, at Dating a trans woman vaginoplasty my surgery, on average, I had to spend 20 minutes every morning cutting out strips of duct tape, wrapping my penis in toilet paper, taking that tape, sticking it from my shaft, pulling it all the way up into my ass and repeat.

My testicles fell out of their inguinal canal? Time to rip the tape off, and start all over! Now when I wake up, after I peek under the covers to confirm that my vagina is still, well, there, I brew coffee, and prance around in nothing but nothing. And Dating a trans woman vaginoplasty feels so good. A post shared by Maddy McKenna maddyjameson on Oct 10, at 4: I feel like my eyes almost get stuck in Dating a trans woman vaginoplasty back of my head every time I read a comment online implying that men just get to throw on makeup and hair and be accepted as women in society.

First of all, let me assure you that we trans women Dating a trans woman vaginoplasty not transitioning for anyone but ourselves. A Dating a trans woman vaginoplasty day for me might consist of shaving not only my face but entire body. That includes my arms, my cute butt, my knuckles, the back of my neck, etc. Thanks for the genes, Dad! I always have a bill to pay, just to feel Dating a trans woman vaginoplasty with where things are for me in transition.

If I really cared about what society thought of me, I would still be a man. This is for me, not you. A post shared by Maddy McKenna maddyjameson on Oct 8, at 3: I have a not so useful dating app and I manage to stay in the bars past dinner, into the night scene.

I just find it easier to get it out there before becoming too involved because I hate anxiety of the unknown and I like people to like me for all of me. I leave no room for misconceptions.

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The reveal usually comes a bunch of questions, mainly physical. A simple flirtatious Dating a trans woman vaginoplasty turns into a interview. But most of the time, they just end up congratulating me for them finding me fuckable. Most men are just afraid of transsexuals, because of the social stigma that comes with dating one of us. God forbid he brings me out in daylight and someone calls me a man and Dating a trans woman vaginoplasty gay, because then they are emasculated.

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Also, shaming trans-attracted men Dating a trans woman vaginoplasty be internalized transphobia. A post shared by Maddy McKenna maddyjameson on Dating a trans woman vaginoplasty 31, at The only part in my vagina self-care regimen that differs from a natal vagina is that I have to dilate.

I like to think of my vagina as an ear piercing. And fun to have things inside but without attention, it can close up!

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When I first came out of surgery, my body naturally registered my neo vagina as a wound and, because of that, it wanted to heal and close up. Dating a trans woman vaginoplasty solution is that for 30 minutes, three times a Dating a trans woman vaginoplasty with a nine inch medical dilator, I would insert and apply Dating a trans woman vaginoplasty to prevent losing vaginal depth.

Today, I am down to a dilating only a few times a week, for 30 minutes, and will keep that schedule for the rest Dating a trans woman vaginoplasty my life. The only bonus it that if I have a sexual companion, 30 minutes of sex counts as 30 minutes of dilation.

A Dating a trans woman vaginoplasty shared by Maddy McKenna maddyjameson on Aug 16, at 9: The vaginal wall was created from the inverted shaft skin of my penis, leaving the nerve endings intact.

I have a sensitive, functioning, clitoris, which was constructed from what used to be the head of the penis. The mucous tissue from the urethral extension in my penis was used to create my labia minora, so from that, I get a little wet, although not nearly as much as an average natal women would.

My testicles were trashed. A post shared by Maddy McKenna maddyjameson on Jun 24, at 1: Being a mother is the biggest dream I have, and as is the case for many women out there, knowing you will never be able to feel life grow inside of you and having that special connection to your child is heartbreaking. A post shared by Maddy McKenna maddyjameson on Jul 4, at Early in my Dating a trans woman vaginoplasty, prior to hormone replacement therapy HRTmy mother took a year-old Maddy Dating a trans woman vaginoplasty a sperm bank.

We definitely got side eyes from people wondering why on a earth a mother and her very, very androgynous daughter were there. When you start to take testosterone blockers and estrogen, your penis becomes dysfunctional, your penis as well as your testicles shrink up, and your sperm count becomes very little to nonexistent.

As you read before, being a mother is a dream of mine, and even though I plan Dating a trans woman vaginoplasty adoption, Dating a trans woman vaginoplasty would love the privilege of being Dating a trans woman vaginoplasty to have a child from my own string of DNA too.

So, Dating a trans woman vaginoplasty went in and did my little thing. My support system is beyond this world.

A post shared by Maddy McKenna maddyjameson on Jul Dating a trans Dating a trans woman vaginoplasty vaginoplasty, at 7: Like I said, not every Dating a trans woman vaginoplasty woman desires to have vaginoplasty. Surgery opened those doors for me. A new Thought Catalog series exploring our connection to each other, our food, and where it comes from. Sign up for the Thought Catalog Weekly and get the best stories from the week to your inbox every Friday.

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More From Thought Catalog. So incredibly moving and enlightening! It was a complete joy to read and learn with you. This is a great piece! Thank you so much for sharing your experience. Your journey is inspiring for anyone and I wish you well as it continues. Get our newsletter every Friday!

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