And that’s a very dangerous position for colleges.”The truth is that while campus sexual assault is a real and hideously difficult problem to address, many university administrators have leaned too far over their skis in an effort to win more convictions.
It’s a good thing that judges are scrutinizing these findings; hopefully students who were railroaded by overzealous administrations will continue to have their names cleared.
As the date progresses to the bedroom, something begins to feel a little off.
As he starts to climax, Bilquis places her hand on his head and deftly stuffs him inside of her. When asked about how the team brought the final version to life, visual effects designer Kevin Tod Haug begins with a single sound.
One patient, she says, asked if she should wait to have her sex reassignment surgery until she could have a uterine transplant at the same time.
(Unger’s advice was no.) Marci Bowers, a gynecological surgeon in northern California at Mills–Peninsula Medical Center, says that a handful of her male-to-female patients—“fewer than 5 percent”— ask about transplants.
Boston Medical Center endocrinologist Joshua Safer says he, too, has fielded such requests among a small number of his transgender patients.
In the two decades before that year, the group found, only 15 such lawsuits were filed against universities.To date there are no hard answers about whether such a fantastical-sounding procedure could enable a transwoman to carry a child.The operation has not been explored in animal trials, let alone in humans.“One of those shots at the end was pushing 30 versions.” By versions, Haug means multiple iterations of the same camera angle for the same cut.VFX supervisor Jeremy Ball said there were dozens of iterations used for this scene, as some camera angles were much harder to pull off than others.