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Sex change people, do their physical strength increase or decrease after it?

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    peter565posted 2 years ago

    Sex change people, do their physical strength increase or decrease after it?

    Man sex change into a woman, do their physical strength decrease to female status.  Woman sex change into a man, do their physical strength increase to male status?  PS: If yes, why would anybody born as a guy want to be a girl?  As couch potato guy, I easily lift a couch with 1 arm (I always do it while vaccuming)2 together can push a car for miles  (Last time my car broke down in the country, me and my mate, easily push it for 1km to the closest repair shop).  I've seen girls who work out 24/7 and still  don't have 1/4 the strength we have, just sitting at home playing video games.

  2. passionhubber profile image80
    passionhubberposted 2 years ago

    Their physical strength stays the same as they continue to have the same strength from their previous gender body into their new gender body. Sex change only changes the physical appearence of a person not the actual strength of a person, but the appearence of how strong someone is can be changed during a sex change. Even if this was not the case, a guy may want to be born as a girl for other reasons, physical strength isn't everything. They may be attracted to guys, feel feminine or have gender disasotiation.

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      peter565posted 2 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks, I still like been a guy, though. We got less to be scared of, I love convenient of living in the city and grab dinner 11:59pm, whenever I want. But my mum and sister, they are so scare of living in place like that, due to possible danger.

  3. Michaela Osiecki profile image76
    Michaela Osieckiposted 2 years ago

    First, these people you're referring to are called transgender and there are a whole host of reasons why someone who is transgender would go through with a sex reassignment surgery. Often, this is the last step for a trans person and only if they can afford it/or want to.

    Secondly, not all men are naturally strong or muscled, just as not all women are weak or frail. Every person's body will be different, regardless of gender. Heck, I don't even work out and I was physically stronger than my ex-boyfriend. That doesn't make him any less of a man or me any less of a woman.

 
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