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"The Wisconsin policy is nonsensical, not supported by the medical community, and continues to exacerbate gender dysphoria that Mr. Makenzie experience," said Abigail Coursolle, senior attorney with the National Health Law Program.
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In a more accepting environment, he changed his name and his haircut, his identification and began talk and then hormone therapy, which has helped him grow facial hair, lowered his voice and given him a more masculine appearance. Because, technically, that was to treat dysmenorrhea, pain during menstruation, the surgery was covered by Medicaid — even though it also eased his gender dysphoria by making him feel more male.