I'm glad that Angelina has given you some insight into your decisions and helped you to come to a more comfortable place with your body. I really admire her for stating that if doesn't make her any less feminine. I went through early menopause and it was hard to find mentors or even friends that understood the difficulties I was facing. My mom had a radical hysterectomy when she was 28 and I can only imagine the pain it caused her and with no support at all. Thankfully our doctors seem to be getting a handle on women's problems although we are still "blessed with some "quacks" out there or doctors less than knowledgeable about our suffering and the decisions we have to make.