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Hung Jury is the first book of personal testimonies focusing exclusively on FTM genital surgery and the important ways it changes our lives. Contributors write about the details and ups and downs of this transformative journey and dispel many myths and misinformation. They provide an in depth, understanding of the surgical, social, sexual, somatic, spiritual, and psycholog Hung Jury is the first book of personal testimonies focusing exclusively on FTM genital surgery and the important ways it changes our lives. Contributors write about the details and ups and downs of this transformative journey and dispel many myths and misinformation. They provide an in depth, understanding of the surgical, social, sexual, somatic, spiritual, and psychological aspects. Hung Jury appeals to readers from all walks of life. For those considering genitoplasty the book is a valuable resource of information for dealing with the ins/outs and ups/downs of surgery, how to decide which surgery is best for your needs, what to expect in the journey, and how to take care of yourself and optimize surgical results. For others who are curious, including the general public, you will be educated and enlightened about one of the most transformative experiences of female-to-male transitioning. Clinicians, therapists, and partners of trans men seeking genitoplasty will also gain tremendous insight and understanding of the emotional, psychological, and somatic factors underlying and motivating our journey down this path.


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Hung Jury is the first book of personal testimonies focusing exclusively on FTM genital surgery and the important ways it changes our lives. Contributors write about the details and ups and downs of this transformative journey and dispel many myths and misinformation. They provide an in depth, understanding of the surgical, social, sexual, somatic, spiritual, and psycholog Hung Jury is the first book of personal testimonies focusing exclusively on FTM genital surgery and the important ways it changes our lives. Contributors write about the details and ups and downs of this transformative journey and dispel many myths and misinformation. They provide an in depth, understanding of the surgical, social, sexual, somatic, spiritual, and psychological aspects. Hung Jury appeals to readers from all walks of life. For those considering genitoplasty the book is a valuable resource of information for dealing with the ins/outs and ups/downs of surgery, how to decide which surgery is best for your needs, what to expect in the journey, and how to take care of yourself and optimize surgical results. For others who are curious, including the general public, you will be educated and enlightened about one of the most transformative experiences of female-to-male transitioning. Clinicians, therapists, and partners of trans men seeking genitoplasty will also gain tremendous insight and understanding of the emotional, psychological, and somatic factors underlying and motivating our journey down this path.

30 review for Hung Jury: Testimonies of Genital Surgery by Transsexual Men

  1. 4 out of 5

    Straw

    A really informative look at an area that is so rarely talked about in the community. I appreciated the candor of the contributors. I wish the book had been divided more evenly between meta and phallo. The latter was definitely the focus. The more I think about it the more it seems as if a small penis doesn't qualify as a "real" penis from the editor's perspective. I also wasn't too keen on the partner's reactions in the back. It seemed haphazard and not really focused on their feelings regardin A really informative look at an area that is so rarely talked about in the community. I appreciated the candor of the contributors. I wish the book had been divided more evenly between meta and phallo. The latter was definitely the focus. The more I think about it the more it seems as if a small penis doesn't qualify as a "real" penis from the editor's perspective. I also wasn't too keen on the partner's reactions in the back. It seemed haphazard and not really focused on their feelings regarding the extensive periods of caretaking this surgery necessitates. Their only voice was in relation to how they felt about the penis. This seems dismissive to me.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Michael Mardel

    Hung Jury edited by Cotten. If you were undecided about phalloplasty, these life stories could put you off because of the length of time needed to perform at least 4 surgeries. Some guys went to Serbia and others had a penis made in the US. On the plus side, the guys felt it was worth it as they now felt complete. Not all were able to have intercourse but those who did, satisfied their, mainly female, partners. Another good book to go on the FTM shelf. And no pictures.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Cyd

    A good selection of first-person stories and historical profiles of transgender men who have undergone genital surgery, plus a few "partner's perspective" pieces. Any transgender man considering lower surgery should read this book. A good selection of first-person stories and historical profiles of transgender men who have undergone genital surgery, plus a few "partner's perspective" pieces. Any transgender man considering lower surgery should read this book.

  4. 4 out of 5

    James Godfrey

    This is a great book for anyone who's really only heard the myths or dismissive shots regarding bottom surgery, is uncertain about the realities of it, or just wants a better understanding of this element of life. It has reviews from quite varied individuals and stages of surgery and life, and the essays feel like snapshots of both individual trans lives and the experience of queer people in the United States and abroad over several generations. Given it is a collection of personal essays, some This is a great book for anyone who's really only heard the myths or dismissive shots regarding bottom surgery, is uncertain about the realities of it, or just wants a better understanding of this element of life. It has reviews from quite varied individuals and stages of surgery and life, and the essays feel like snapshots of both individual trans lives and the experience of queer people in the United States and abroad over several generations. Given it is a collection of personal essays, some of the language used by the men who have undergone surgery may be rather direct or graphic. I disliked much of the 'Witnessing Transformation' collection at the end of the book, as some of these felt insensitive to the difficulties and sorrows of transitioning and seemed out of place, but this is not all of them.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    I was really excited about this book in the beginning. It was informative. But the stories were just okay; I kept putting the book down.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kathy Lyons

    Everything you ever wanted to know and more...about the emotional, physical and surgical journey to become fully male. These are some very brave and determined people!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Rose

    Needed this <3

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jordan Rubenstein

    This book is incredibly informative and an important read for anyone considering bottom surgery, or anyone who wants to be a supporter for someone going through the process. Through sharing the stories of people who have had bottom surgery, the book offers a glimpse into possible decisions and outcomes, which has been helpful to me in preparing for surgery. Reading the book helped me solidify my wants and needs surrounding bottom surgery, and has been influential in my journey of self-discovery. This book is incredibly informative and an important read for anyone considering bottom surgery, or anyone who wants to be a supporter for someone going through the process. Through sharing the stories of people who have had bottom surgery, the book offers a glimpse into possible decisions and outcomes, which has been helpful to me in preparing for surgery. Reading the book helped me solidify my wants and needs surrounding bottom surgery, and has been influential in my journey of self-discovery. The book also does a great job of dispelling some of the myths that are often spread about bottom surgery. Thank you to all of the courageous men who shared their stories for this book.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Werner

    As I am coming close to surgery it was very informative to read stories of those who have done what I am about to go through. Wish that I could speak more with people, who have had surgeries from my surgeon but oh well. I am more prepared by reading this book. Thank you so much to men who were able to share their stories and help us out. You are amazing!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Majarc Anderson

    I think this is an important book because of the topic at hand. However the amount of detail, clarity, and completeness of the information wasn't much better than information you can find online on blogs and message boards. It's definitively more accessible and easy to share though, so for that it has some value. I think this is an important book because of the topic at hand. However the amount of detail, clarity, and completeness of the information wasn't much better than information you can find online on blogs and message boards. It's definitively more accessible and easy to share though, so for that it has some value.

  11. 5 out of 5

    BT

    I think this is absolutely a must read for anyone considering surgery, whose already had surgery for doctors and community members to understand not just the medical workings behind surgery but the emotional things behind this often long process.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Ryder Aster

    Wonderful book. Particularly loved the straightforward honesty and advice of the trans brothers who had surgery. I enjoyed the writing style of a partner perspective ("Femme Chrysalis" by Isabella Abrahams) Wonderful book. Particularly loved the straightforward honesty and advice of the trans brothers who had surgery. I enjoyed the writing style of a partner perspective ("Femme Chrysalis" by Isabella Abrahams)

  13. 4 out of 5

    Wiktor Dynarski

    A great and inspiring read, especially from someone who themself is a trans* activist.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Clairissa

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jake T.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Eliah

  17. 5 out of 5

    Felix Maclean

  18. 5 out of 5

    Max Mitchell

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    Corbin Dodge

  20. 4 out of 5

    Dolth

  21. 4 out of 5

    Rey

  22. 4 out of 5

    Walker Reynolds

  23. 4 out of 5

    Midya

  24. 5 out of 5

    Stanley Empson

  25. 5 out of 5

    Linden

  26. 4 out of 5

    Aaron

  27. 5 out of 5

    Alex

  28. 4 out of 5

    TransAmsterdam

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kam

  30. 4 out of 5

    Frin Doust

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