I have a quesetion, though once more, not relating to religion too much. A few months ago, for whatever reason, I was watching VH1's "50 Greatest Pranks" or something relating to that title. As the list grew closer and closer to the #1 prank, they showed a prank (umm...maybe # 5) on a reality T.V. show. It was a reverse of sorts of the American show "Joe Millionaire"; a group of men were trying to catch the eye of a beautiful woman (who had a "secret"). When the show ended, the woman ends up telling the winner that she was actually born a man, and had a sex change. I honestly couldn't believe my eyes. This guy really had a great plastic surgeon, because he looks completly like a female. The show never aired on T.V. (I think it was actually a British television show). There was a clip I saw on the internet somewhere, so if you want to see how convincing the change was, I'll post the link (if I can find it).
Anyhoo, since there are a number of smart fellows on this site, I was wondering if perhaps someone had enough medical education to answer my quesitons concerning sex change. I suppose there has been a history of castration looked down upon (rightly I believe) in the Orthodox Church (the early years of course), so I sort of tied it in with religion eh? So...to my questions:
1)If a man receives a sex change, can he-she produce children (that is with a man)? I suppose I could and should ask the same for a woman to man sex change?
2)If a man recieves a sex change, does he-she experience menstruation?
3)How much can the Adam's apple (as well as the voice in general) be feminized?
Yeah...sorry for my weird questions lately. I'm not trying to cause a transgendered phobia here, but I just don't want to fall in love with a "woman" that came into the world as a man.
Thanks, and I hope everyone is well
p.s. for a picture of the "woman", please visit this site:http://www.realitytvworld.com/index/articles/story.php?s=1942