Rowan Feldhaus @feministlady @ghoulhalf

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Rowan Feldhaus was a woman who identified as a man. She died from septic shock after having a hysterectomy. Although less than 1 percent of women die each year from hysterectomy, surgical complications, including sepsis, can kill you. Surgical patients have a 30% chance of a complication (typically infection or fever) while in the hospital. Some 1 million people go into septic shock after surgery each year, and almost half of them die.
Transgender activists never discuss how serious hysterectomy is, and, instead, treat the subject matter quite flippantly, as the following tweets demonstrate:
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Feldhaus’ legacy also includes getting Georgia courts to grant name changes for transgender people.
Rowan Feldhaus, who won transgender court fight, dies after surgery
What rights do transgender people have to change their names_ _ Society _ The Guardian
Judge says no to transgender man’s request to change name
Georgia appeals court orders transgender name changes
Denial of Name Change opinion

6 thoughts on “Rowan Feldhaus @feministlady @ghoulhalf”

  1. CHOICE You’re big on that being a feminist aren’t you? Having the surgery was HIS CHOICE, and assuming that he was taking testosterone shots, there would be an increased risk of cancer with keeping his womb. Don’t believe me, look it up. There’s a transman who did a documentary called “Southern Comfort” who was denied a hysterectomy even though his womb was cancerous at the time. This was a few years ago and I don’t know if he’s still alive or not, but all this is easily checkable on the internet.

  2. CHOICE You’re big on that being a feminist aren’t you? Having the surgery was HIS CHOICE, and assuming that he was taking testosterone shots, there would be an increased risk of cancer with keeping his womb. Don’t believe me, look it up. There’s a transman who did a documentary called “Southern Comfort” who was denied a hysterectomy even though his womb was cancerous at the time. This was a few years ago and I don’t know if he’s still alive or not, but all this is easily checkable on the internet.

  3. CHOICE You’re big on that being a feminist aren’t you? Having the surgery was HIS CHOICE, and assuming that he was taking testosterone shots, there would be an increased risk of cancer with keeping his womb. Don’t believe me, look it up. There’s a transman who did a documentary called “Southern Comfort” who was denied a hysterectomy even though his womb was cancerous at the time. This was a few years ago and I don’t know if he’s still alive or not, but all this is easily checkable on the internet.

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