Don't worry about the penis; consider the testicles. They, or rather their androgenic hormonal influence, are what drive fetishistic behaviours such as AGP, crossdressing, pedophilia, etc. My own controversial opinion is as follows:Jack The Stripper wrote: ↑Fri Jan 13, 2023 10:38 am It’s very simple you can only play for one team. If you are a man and what to be a woman I would say that you don’t want your tool dangling along with you. I don’t think any woman wants a penis hanging off themselves.
Forget the dancing around the table.
Ideally, MtF trans candidates (aged 18 and over) should be offered a free orchiectomy, with sperm harvesting and storage. Wait for at least a three month recovery period and you could soon identify the genuine candidates from the AGP candidates. Men who genuinely wish to be women are not driven by sexual/fetishistic impulses. The absence of testosterone in the system would give a completely different decision making perspective.
Removing the testicles should be a first step on the path, rather than trying to take additional androgen suppressors in an attempt to chemically dampen the hormonal influence of the gonads. Taking female hormones creates a dangerous mix of hormonal chemicals that is not reversible and has known adverse health issues. Believe it or not from a medical harm reduction point of view, the effects of a surgical orchiectomy are easier to contend with using known and successful medical procedures (T-patches for hormonal levels and IVF for harvested semen).
In reality though, if you offered the orchiectomy to candidates I can pretty much guarantee they'd go the chemical route....