sex reassignment therapy

[ seks ree-uh-sahyn-muhnt ther-uh-pee ]
/ ˈsɛks ri əˌsaɪn mənt ˌθɛr ə pi /

noun

the alteration of a person's physical sex characteristics, by the administration of hormones and often surgery, in order to match the person’s gender identity.

Origin of sex reassignment therapy

First recorded in 1965–70
Also called sexual reassignment therapy, gender reassignment therapy, gender confirmation therapy.
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