What makes a woman a woman? Is it not her bodily shape and her demeanour all of which are hormonally incentivized, but here it is Mrs. Angelina Jolie is becoming a man before us all.
Firstly, Mrs. Jolie in 2014 had a preventive double mastectomy, writing for the New York Times that she is "very happy" with the decision, and paying tribute to her "loving and supportive" partner Brad Pitt.
In an article entitled My Medical Choice, she explained that her mother fought cancer for nearly a decade and died at the age of 56. She also said at the time her doctors estimated she had an 87% risk of breast cancer and a 50% risk of ovarian cancer, because she caries a "faulty" gene, BRCA1, which sharply increases the risk of developing breast cancer and ovarian cancer.
Earlier this month, Jolie had a laparoscopic bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy, removing both her ovaries and fallopian tubes, as well as a small benign tumour.
Following the removal of the breast and now the ovaries, Jolie will have to undergo hormone replacement therapy in order to reduce degenerative bone disease and sexual complications. Apart from losing these chief female determinants for health, it could also mean that Jolie has decided to become a man before her global followers.
If Jolie were to consider removing her womb next she would become totally gender neutral and could then easily become a man.
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