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Fuck.’”(It’s important to note here that Nomi’s experience is not every trans woman’s experience.
The process of altering one’s birth sex is complex, happens over a long period of time, and does not always involve surgery.
We experience discrimination disproportionately to the rest of the community. But according to my friend Nomi Ruiz, this has inadvertently created a taboo in the trans community: Nobody talks about sex.
Our unemployment rate is twice the national average [ . Nomi is a transgender singer and host of the podcast .
I’d rather not enjoy sex than live this way.’”Nomi had SRS five years ago, in her mid-20s.
“The conversation with my doctor beforehand was hilarious, because it’s sort of customized,” Nomi said. Like, are you a lesbian, are you interested in being penetrated? Go for gold.’”Like any major surgery, there is a lengthy recovery period.
SRS is only one small part of transition, and not all transgender people choose to, or can afford to, undergo surgery.
Though it’s sort of strange to think of SRS as a privilege, there are many transgender people who want SRS but do not have access to it.
“There was this myth that you could never have another orgasm, that there’s no sensitivity, and that you could never enjoy sex again,” Nomi said. But eventually I got to the point where I was like, ‘I don’t care.
“So now when I’m not having sex, it’s kinda sad, because you’re really reminded of it.
You’re like, ‘Oh, God, I have to dilate now because I’m not getting laid.
And I think Nomi’s concern poses a delicate question: Is it time for a nuanced discussion about sex and pleasure for trans women?
Has the cultural conversation around trans culture progressed enough?
“The preoccupation with transition and surgery objectifies trans people,” Cox told Couric.