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If the fleshless skeleton of a transgender person were dug up years after their sex-change operation, their bones would prove that they had always remained the gender they were born with. In other words, bone structure and DNA both dictate that a female will always remain a female and a male will always remain a male, no matter how "successful" their sex change operation and hormone therapy had been. Those facts ought to simplify the resurrection.
David E. Richardson