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Posted in Human Neutering on 2022-09-02 05:37:21

Yes, you read that right. My older sister, her name is Amanda, who is a year older than me (she's 19), is now nullified too. :)

Technically what she had done was a total hysterectomy with bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy and vaginectomy, a bilateral mastectomy, a clitorectomy, and a total infibulation. In plain language, she had all of her internal reproductive organs removed, her external genitals removed and closed (except for a tiny hole so she can pee), and her breasts removed via a "keyhole" procedure (you literally can't tell they did anything). As she put it, she "really hated her everything". :(

Since she had all of that done at once, they put her in a medically-induced coma (for the pain) for a couple days and then they brought her out. She said she still hurt, but still wasn't as bad as she would have been had they not done that.

Amanda went to the same place I did for my surgery (when I was 12) in Oslo. It was the same doctor. He even remembered me. :) It was in a different location, but some of the same people. It was kind of like coming home, coming full circle.

She had told me a couple years ago that she wanted to do this after she graduated, but with COVID, she thought she was going to have to wait. I'm really proud of her for finally being her true self and I was honored that she asked me to come along. Mom and Dad had to work, our younger brother and sister have school. I only have two credits I need for my senior year, I am only there until about 10:30a, so it was easy for me to be gone for 2 weeks and she graduated in May.

She was walking through the house the other day just smiling and I asked her (like the TikTok sound) "Yo sis, who got you smiling like that?" and it made her laugh and she said the doc's name. She said "I've haven't been this happy in a long time". I smiled and nodded, because her and I understood that on a whole different level than everyone else. :)

Anyway, she's got some healing to go and she is doing it at her apartment in town. After 10:30a, I can go over and check on Amanda and help her with what she needs until her girlfriend gets home (she's still sore and will be for a couple more weeks).

If ya got questions, feel free. But mostly, I just wanted to tell everyone how proud I am of my big sister. :)

Posted in Human Neutering on 2022-06-28 09:57:33

True, but when someone gets all irate without really looking into the benefits, that's really the only response I can give. :)

Posted in Human Neutering on 2022-06-28 09:54:23


It wasn't easy to tell my parents, but it wasn't hard either. I mean, being a stupid kid at 3 or 4 I tried to take a pair of scissors to it a couple times. I think they got the message. That was before I started going through precocious puberty at the age of 5. That was fun.

I won't lie, though, last thing I remember before going lights out in the OR, which of course you are butt naked in stirrups, is being hard. I was like "what?" and that was it, lights when out. The nurse told me later that I stayed hard even after they removed my testicles (which they do first) and started working on my $%!@. Like....wha?!

Posted in Human Neutering on 2022-06-24 08:01:47

Yeah, you get those seperated from ya and you'll change that tune. :) You'll say it was the best decision you ever made.

Posted in Human Neutering on 2022-06-24 07:59:24

Some girls don't like their genitals, same as boys. When I had my surgery, there was this girl there from Russia I believe (she had a really thick accent) and she was going to be infibulated (her choice). She told me, through broken English, that she didn't like her "girl place" and wanted it "go away". I understood. :)

I, myself, was nullified (also my choice). For some girls, it's a personal choice and I think it should be, just as it is for some boys.