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Hear Aleksa Lundberg - the gender dysphoria remained after the operation: "What the hell am I supposed to do?"

2019-10-09T04:34:24.676Z

Aleksa Lundberg already knew at the age of four that she was a girl, but the outside world saw a boy. When she, as an adult, had gone through her entire transition and an abdominal surgery, there were still parts of gender dysphoria, she tells Mission Review.



Aleksa Lundberg is an actor, writer, journalist and lecturer - she often talks about her experiences of gender dysphoria and transition.

For Assignment Review, she says that she was a lonely child. When she failed to play the role of a guy, Aleksa Lundberg describes it as she joined an inner world where she could be whoever she wanted, a princess named Aurora.

As an 18-year-old, she applied for care to do a gender correction. Today, almost 20 years later, Aleksa Lundberg sometimes asks if she really needed to go through the operation.

- With everything I know today, I couldn't have lived as a feminine guy, gay? But had it been possible to live in that body or had gender dysphoria eaten me up? I do not know.

Hear Aleksa Lundberg tell us in the clip at the top of the article.

Assignment review report "Tran Train: Part 2" will be sent on Wednesday 9 October. You can watch it from 12pm on SVT Play or 8pm on SVT1.

Source: svt

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