A trans woman cannot get a cervix through surgery. The cervix is an organ that connects the vagina to the uterus, and trans women do not have a uterus. If a trans woman undergoes gender-affirming surgery (GAS), the surgeon may create a neovagina using skin from the penis or scrotum. However, this does not create a cervix.

Some trans women may choose to have a uterine transplant, which would allow them to have a cervix. However, uterine transplants are still experimental and not widely available.

It is important to note that trans women do not need to have a cervix to be considered women. Cervical cancer is caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV), and trans women can still get HPV even if they do not have a cervix. Therefore, trans women who have undergone GAS should still get regular cervical cancer screenings.

Here are some resources that you may find helpful:

  • The Trevor Project: https://www.thetrevorproject.org/
  • Trans Lifeline: https://www.translifeline.org/
  • GLAAD: https://www.glaad.org/

As of my knowledge cut off in September 2021, the medical technology and techniques for transplanting a cervix into a trans woman (assigned male at birth) are not currently available or widely practiced.

The process of transitioning for trans women typically involves hormone replacement therapy (HRT) to develop feminine secondary sexual characteristics, such as breast growth and fat redistribution. Some trans women may also undergo facial feminization surgery, breast augmentation, and genital reconstruction surgery (vaginoplasty) to align their physical appearance with their gender identity.

Vaginoplasty is a surgical procedure that creates a neovagina, a reconstructed vaginal canal, using the existing penile and scrotal tissue. However, the procedure does not involve the transplantation of a cervix. The neovagina is typically lined with tissue grafts and requires ongoing dilation to maintain depth and functionality.

It’s important to note that the availability and advancements in surgical techniques may change over time. It’s recommended to consult with a qualified gender-affirming surgeon who specializes in transgender healthcare to explore the options, procedures, and potential advances in the field. They can provide accurate and up-to-date information regarding the available procedures and options for achieving the desired goals in gender transition.