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  1. So I’m a bit confused about this. Mabe I am ill informed on the matter. But I understand that going through puberty with male hormones builds you a larger, stronger body with thicker bones etc. And that if you then suppress testosterone, you dont lose that structure, you only suppress secondary sexual characteristics, which is why many young trans women choose to take estrogen BEFORE puberty so they never develop a male skeletal structure.

    So even if she is continually tested for testosterone levels as the article states, would she not still be advantaged by having had testosterone through her adolescent physical development?