ED VoxPop is where we ask people different survey questions and get responses to conduct sort of a poll of our own.
Sex change operations are becoming more common by the day and are perfectly okay, since there are people who are psychologically and physically unwilling to accept the gender which they are born with.
But is it ethically acceptable to have a romantic or sexual relationship with another person and hide about your sex change or tell them about it, somewhere down the line?
Would it be categorically labeled as fear of rejection or just deception? Would your partner be accepting and understanding of such an act or would he or she end things, then and there?
To put things into perspective, we answered a pretty interesting question for this VoxPop and received some equally interesting answers.
Here’s the question:
Would You Continue To Date Your Partner If They Tell You About A Past Sex Change, Midway Through Your Relationship?
And following are the responses that we received:
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So there you have it, folks!
A wide variety of responses ranging from acceptance with open arms to straight-up rejection with a feeling of being cheated. The millenials have had their say and as usual, it’s just as polarizing as you’d have thought it’d be.
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