Originally Posted by BonesKnows
my biggest problem with it is she waited till 2006 to get the surgery. Now i dont know much about this girl other than she had the surgery but i would assume that is post puberty and my question is this; does that plays a perminent roll in her body even though she had the surgery?
I'm not 100% on the details, but I think you can't legally get the surgery until you're 21...and to be cleared psychologically, you have to live as the opposite gender [the one you're changing into] for a couple years.
Originally Posted by H0SS
I just want to point out that there have been 19 posts in this thread about a transgendered fighter, and not a single Cyborg joke has been made. I don't know whether to be proud or disappointed in you fuckers...
I was actually going to say that it wouldn't surprise me if Cyborg was born a hermaphrodite and her parents arbitrarily chose the female gender for her.
Then I decided that wouldn't be a very nice thing to say.
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