I am a physician, and today I encountered a patient that revealed to their partner that they are transgender and are not the sex they pretend to be (he was in fact a she). They told their partner (who is a girl) that they were in fact transgender, and were planning to undergo sex reassignment surgery to fully transition into being a man. I am guessing these two have never seen each other naked, and have not even had any form of sex based on the fact that they said they have been together for 3 years. They were also planning to marry soon. Now a colleague and I had a conversation about this, and I said how this transgender person was a terrible person for not revealing this HUGE fact to their partner and keeping it from them for such a large period of time. My colleague defended the transgender woman saying "they didn't need to reveal this information to them." What do you think? Are they bad for doing this?
- Yes47% (7)86% (6)59% (13)Vote
- No20% (3)14% (1)18% (4)Vote
- Other33% (5)0% (0)23% (5)Vote