I've never considered the possibility of surgery - even before I knew about my #EDS. I thought there were too many risks for the possible gains involved.
The only thing I would have liked is a different colour hair - I love black hair.
I would never consider the gender change operation, but I can understand why some people have it.
The change in attitude.
In the 1970's, writer James Morris decided to have the operation. Even in those enlightened days of free sex, and massive drug use, he had to hide the fact that he'd become a she. She spent over 35 years living as the writer Jan Morris http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/this-britain/love-story-jan-morris-divorce-the-death-of-a-child-and-a-sex-change-but-still-together-839602.html, and hiding her the fact she was living as a couple with her wife.
I can understand a person who feels they are trapped in the wrong body wanting to be released.
These days, the make you a TV celebrity, and propose you for person of the year. The only reason Bruce became #CaitlynJenner http://www.mirror.co.uk/all-about/caitlyn-jenner is because he wanted to be a part of the #Kardashian clan and was sick of his daughters upstaging him in the tabloids.
He was a star athlete, but a crappy actor who got the parts based on looks not talent.
In my opinion, he won the titles as Bruce Jenner, as he no longer exists the medals should be returned.
That is the part I can't understand, why go through all the operation for a few more years in the limelight? There again, I'm not a has-been star trying to hang onto things that are no longer possible to keep. He did have the advantage of money, to get a good surgeon, even so sometimes your body can turn on you - the pages of celeb news are filled with plastic surgery gone wrong.