Boku ga Watashi ni Naru Tame ni
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Boku ga Watashi ni Naru Tame ni

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Japanese: 僕が私になるために


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 8
Status: Finished
Published: Mar 10, 2016 to Apr 21, 2016
Demographic: Seinen Seinen
Serialization: Morning
Authors: Hirasawa, Yuuna (Story & Art)


Score: 7.191 (scored by 244244 users)
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Ranked: #54192
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An essay that describes the process of becoming a female from male. The author, who had been diagnosed with GID (Gender Identity Disorder) had traveled to Thailand to receive a SRS (Sex Reassignment Surgery). But the path to womanhood is a lot more painful than imagined...


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Apr 6, 2017
harukiti (All reviews)
It's hard to rate/critique someone's personal story, but here goes.「Boku ga Watashi ni」details part of mangaka Hirasawa Yuuna's male-to-female (MtF) transition process. It's a highly educational read - about three-quarters of the manga is devoted to her sex reassignment surgery (SRS) in Thailand, and there's a lot of in-depth information on the medical and legal procedures involved, including corresponding terminology, the whole nine yards.

Occasional comic relief comes from her tongue-in-cheek explanations using food ingredients as substitutes for anatomical parts (sausage for chinpo, etc) and interactions with quirky Thai staff. Parts of the narrative made me wince in vicarious pain (phantom + dilation, anyone???). And read more
May 3, 2020
Rimasu (All reviews)
As you may noticed this is a personal story about part of the transition process that author has been through so my 9 on Story is mostly for how the whole thing is presented to us.

Sometimes playful, sometimes frightening and all around informative, this manga reads almost like a Trans For Dummies and I say it with the best of intentions - it's a great work to show to that trans-ally you all either have or are in a circle of friends or co-workers.

It is FILLED with information regarding the Sex Reassigment Surgery and many of its post-op issues - even legal ones - all read more

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