Scrotoplasty. Making a ball sack:How does a surgeon do it? There are multiple scrotoplasty techniques. Here, I drew a possible VY scrotoplasty. 🤓 🥚🥚————————Transcription below for visually impaired individuals using screen readers and for people using translation tools.———————— 🥚🥚Poster images and text. Visually impaired and translation image description follows Text, How do they bake a… Continue reading Scrotoplasty for trans phalloplasty: How does a surgeon make a ball sack?
Definitely not porn: More... My healed body in medical & community education context. It’s challenging for fellow transgender kin to find resources about gender surgery options. So, here you go~ trans phalloplasty with no vaginectomy. Quick tour of one of our options: Penis alongside vagina. My phalloplasty occurred at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, United States… Continue reading Video tour: phallo, no vaginectomy. AKA all the parts!
Drawings that went into the Dermal Regeneration Template info-doodle~ Background: DRT or Integra? The most common brand name of DRT is Integra, and that’s what most people will call a DRT. However, I’m not here to rep a brand specifically, so I’m going to try to avoid referring to the technology by brand name unless… Continue reading Phalloplasty & wound healing technology doodles
THIS IS IT! — the collage —Info-doodle collection of UL drawings, based on medical journal articles, radiology, and operating room photos The goal in these drawings How does urethral lengthening work? The language gets full of medical jargon quickly. There’s a sweet spot of whetting the info appetite I hope this doodle serves. Most trans… Continue reading What is Urethral Lengthening in Phalloplasty? ~info-doodles!
Unburied t-dick and genitals behind scrotum, no-vaginectomy + phalloplasty; self-portrait by non-binary person, enbytex What’s this? I am trans masculine. I drew my natal genitals. It’s still here after phalloplasty. This part of my body is behind my scrotum, between my scrotum and my bottom. It is modified a little, in that I do not… Continue reading Art: trans masculine genitals