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UK transgender patients turn to crowdfunding due to massive delays

By AFP
30 September 2020   |   4:18 pm
Like thousands of other transgender people in the UK, Jay and Alexis are on waiting lists for gender confirming surgeries. But with Covid-19 exacerbating already years-long patient queues in the state-run National Health Service, they are now turning to crowfunding to finance their operations in the private sector.

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