Gut Rumbles

June 07, 2004

too late now

Some things you just don't get to change your mind about after you do them. This is one of them.

A Transsexual who spent £60,000 on surgery to become a woman is suing her doctor after claiming that he misdiagnosed her with gender dysphoria.

Samantha Kane, 44, had the operation to change her gender seven years ago but now claims that the sex change was a terrible mistake.

After living as a woman since the surgery, Ms Kane, who lives in Newcastle upon Tyne, says that she was misdiagnosed and wants to find a way to restore male genitals to her body.

It didn't take him her long to become a whiney woman, did it?


Key word here is 'whiney.'

Before she was a whiney woman
he was a whiney man.
You can change the genitilia
But you can't take the whinge out of Sam.

Ok, it scans poorly . . I'll keep my day job, I guess.

But it's still better than anything Maya Angelou could do!!

Posted by: Persnickety on June 7, 2004 02:14 PM

Whiney? I believe that would make the operation a success.
Somebody should tell her/im that the reverse operation would leave him/her looking like Michael Jackson. (end of lawsuit).

Posted by: Wichi Dude on June 7, 2004 09:03 PM

So now s/he expects the doctor to perform an adadictomy gratis?

Posted by: Ralph Gizzip on June 7, 2004 10:53 PM

I should have added:

S/he's been a woman for only a few days and already suffers from penis envy.

Posted by: Ralph Gizzip on June 7, 2004 10:54 PM

I **cringe** when I see the (non)word **whinge**

Okay, what was I here to say? Oh, yeah. Well, Rob, look at it this way, she (?) was just exercising her right (although not God-given in her case) to CHANGE HER MIND!

And as someone is wont to exclaim....



Posted by: Joni on June 8, 2004 02:03 AM


Actually, "whinge" is a word. It's a chiefly British variant of "whine."

Posted by: Aubrey Turner on June 8, 2004 04:27 PM

The way I hear it, is that "whinge" has that extra, nasally "ng" in the back of the throat, that your young son or daughter adds when plain ol' "whining" isn't getting the job done...

Posted by: Desert Cat on June 9, 2004 02:40 AM
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