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Note that post-op transsexuals can be just fine in their head as well, and there are brillant post-op transsexuals out there living happy, being married with a loving husband and such.
That leads us to the third category which is the non-op transsexual women. Literally speaking, pre-op and post-op form a pair, and for many years people have just been talking about these two terms.