I've been thinking a lot about transexuals lately (not sure why, though it may be because I've been accused of being a crossdresser in my pics). And I found this article and thought it would make a good topic.
"Pre-operative transsexual who claimed that she faced sex discrimination at work has settled her case with her employers for a confidential sum. Sharon Persky, an Audio Buying Manager, had worked for S Gold and Sons Ltd, an audio software wholesaler and distributor for more than 20 years. In January 2000 Sharon told her employers that she would begin her transition procedure and would eventually be attending work as a female. She claims that after informing her employers, their attitude towards her changed. Nearly three years after she had informed her employer, despite changing her name by deed poll, amending her details with her bank and other institutions, presenting full time as a female and taking medical advice, her employer still "considered her to be a man".
Well, what do you think? I don't really want to argue about the lawsuit, that's already been settled. I want to know what you think of transexuals?
Do you think that people have the right to choose to change their sex? Or do you think that they should not alter their bodies in such a way?