German sex change
Prior to legal reform in , sterilisation was mandatory to change one's sex on identity documents. When German authorities insisted Tsepo Bollwinkel get sterilised to be legally considered a man 25 years ago, he was "eager to follow the rules, even if they sounded insane". Now Bollwinkel, a year-old empowerment coach, wants compensation for himself and potentially thousands of other transgender people who underwent mandatory sterilisation to change their sex on identity documents before legal reform in Today Bollwinkel's goal is to make Germans aware of the country's dark history of sterilisation - dating back to the Nazi era - and to acknowledge the rights of transgender people, despite conservative attitudes among many voters and legislators.
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Transgender Germans seek compensation after forced sterilisation
Gender Surgeons in Germany - Gender Reassignment Surgery
The procedure — carried out in secret and paid for by the German health service — was authorised after psychologists confirmed that she was "without doubt a girl in a boy's body". It is the world's youngest ever full sex change operation and Kim — born Tim -had been undergoing hormone therapy since the age of The families wander from one psychiatrist to the next. Kim overcame years of taunts and bullying to achieve her dream of becoming a girl and has begun a modelling career and launched a CD. Now aged 16, she said: "I was asked if I feel like a woman now — but the truth is I have always felt like a woman — I just ended up in the wrong body.
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Transgender rights in Germany
His childhood memories -- in the German states of Bavaria and Hesse -- were shaped by monthly visits to the doctor, where he says up to 50 researchers would observe examinations of his naked body. A campaign from "Dritte Option," or, the Third Option campaign is seen in The group successfully lobbied for a third gender to be recognized in German law.
Lili Ilse Elvenes 28 December — 13 September , better known as Lili Elbe , was a Danish transgender woman, and among the early recipients of sex reassignment surgery. She died from complications following a uterus transplant. It is generally believed that Elbe was born in , in Vejle , Denmark.
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