“The craziest part is that it can take up to a whole year to see all the swelling go down,” she explained. “So over the next few months we’ll continue to see some changes, but right now, here on the six-week mark, there’s a pretty solid idea of what it’s going to be like.”
Reflecting on the overall operation, Dylan voiced a message about his hope that FFS is seen in a different light.
“This is an extremely privileged procedure and I want to emphasize that it is not just a typical plastic surgery,” he said. “Had I not been trans, these would not have been changes that I would have sought. But because of my gender dysphoria, I felt that I needed it. And I want all of us to start seeing FFS as important as other genders.” -affirming health care”.
She continued: “Trans people spend years saving up for these types of procedures because they are rarely covered by insurance and it really brought me so much peace that I hope we can all start advocating for better trans healthcare.”