I would imagine the surgery would be elective so not publicly funded too. Chances are they'd already be on the DSP before any ops- I don't imagine you'd be able to work effectively with this condition. And it's so rare- there'd be very few sufferers entitled to your tax dollars
I think hell may have frozen over. Oo I kind of understand where VP is coming from. Scary.
I don't think I agree with it, but that's because I don't know much about the disorder. But if it were to be likened to a man becoming a woman or vice versa, I expect that the disability would be before the surgery not after.
So, to write things more coherently. The woman feels wrong with having legs. Understandably she would have some deep and ongoing mental issuea as a result of her genuinely not thinking she's supposed to have legs so would naturally be on a disability pension. But if she feels wrong with legs (unlike people in wheelchairs who have no choice) then wouldn't taking them not be a disability for her exactly but more restoring her to her right state of existance, so giving her a disability pension for something she doesn't see as a disability would be kind of odd. Though I assume she'd still need ongoing paychiatric care to deal with any left over feelings and issues from when she had legs so she'd be on it for a mental disability and not the physical one?
I don't think that makes much sense.
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The whole thing baffles me.
Thats some heavy sh!t
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