The reproductive parts of transgender people can vary depending on their gender identity and whether they have undergone any gender-affirming medical procedures.

⦁ Transgender women (assigned male at birth) typically have male reproductive organs, such as a penis, testicles, and a prostate gland. Some transgender women may choose to undergo bottom surgery, which can involve removing the penis and testicles and creating a vagina.

⦁ Transgender men (assigned female at birth) typically have female reproductive organs, such as a uterus, ovaries, and fallopian tubes. Some transgender men may choose to undergo top surgery, which can involve removing the breasts. Others may also choose to undergo bottom surgery, which can involve removing the uterus, ovaries, and fallopian tubes and creating a penis.
It is important to note that not all transgender people choose to undergo any gender-affirming medical procedures. Some transgender people may be comfortable with their assigned sex at birth and may not feel the need to change their bodies. Others may choose to undergo some procedures but not others.
The decision of whether or not to undergo gender-affirming medical procedures is a personal one that should be made by the individual in consultation with their doctor. There is no right or wrong answer, and what is right for one person may not be right for another.

Here are some additional resources that you may find helpful:
⦁ The Trevor Project:
⦁ Trans Lifeline:

Transgender individuals may undergo gender-affirming surgeries, which can include procedures to create or modify their reproductive organs to align with their gender identity. The specific procedures differ depending on whether

the individual is transitioning from male to female (MTF) or female to male (FTM). Here is a general overview:
⦁ MTF (Male to Female): MTF transgender individuals may opt for procedures such as vaginoplasty or genital reconstruction surgery. These surgeries involve creating a neovagina using existing tissue, often from the penile and scrotal area. The procedure typically includes the removal of the testes, reshaping of the penis to form a clitoral hood, and construction of the vaginal canal.
⦁ FTM (Female to Male): FTM transgender individuals may choose procedures such as metoidioplasty or phalloplasty. Metoidioplasty involves releasing the clitoris from the surrounding tissue to allow it to assume a more phallic appearance. Phalloplasty, on the other hand, involves constructing a penis using donor tissue (often from the forearm or thigh) or with the aid of implants. Testicular implants may also be added.

It’s important to note that not all transgender individuals undergo these surgeries, as each person’s transition journey is unique and personal. Some individuals may choose not to pursue surgery or may only undergo certain procedures while opting out of others. The decision to undergo gender-affirming surgeries is deeply personal and should be made in consultation with healthcare professionals experienced in transgender healthcare.

It’s advisable for individuals considering these procedures to consult with qualified healthcare providers who specialize in transgender healthcare. They can provide detailed information on the specific procedures, potential risks and complications, recovery process, and post-operative care.