Top surgery scars for trans men

Top surgery scars for trans men

8 thoughts on “Top surgery scars for trans men

  1. Natalie

    personally I do not think we need to celebrate men who think that they are woman but are not.

  2. Janina Post author

    While it is your personal opinion that trans women are not women, wanting them to hide and to feel ashamed would not just be a personal opinion. This would be discrimination.
    Adding (for example) a new beard to the SP-Studio is not celebrating anything, so why would these scars celebrate anything? If I include them I’d do so just to represent the changing reality. This topic becomes more and more important for many people out there, so I think it could be part of the SP-Studio as well.
    Nobody is forced to like beards or to use them just because there are beards in the SP-Studio. 🙂

    There is also a lot of discrimination against trans people at the moment, and I want to say I am 100% against this. I’m not trans, I cannot fully understand their feelings. But I respect them and don’t want any trans child to be forced to hide their identity. They are abused for political purposes, which is just plain wrong.

  3. Sunnyside Omelet

    I just don’t like that idea, not to be discrimitive or whatever, but who’s going to be naked to see that anyway, like you aren’t supposed to see that right?

  4. Janina Post author

    Some create profile pictures for themselves with a beach outfit for summer, for example with an open shirt. There already is breast hair for cases like these.

  5. Atlas

    Personally, I like to use the ‘scar (big)’ item to make my top surgery scars, I just move it downwards to the chest. It isn’t the greatest, but you can tell what it is.

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