But those surgeries for trans people are clearly many times more affordable than the cheapest limb-lengthening procedures, as is evidenced by how so many transgender bimbos are able to afford bottom surgery on top of their hormones and other implants, and how so many FTM guys who are barely out of high school can get top surgery.
Furthermore, many guys have to go abroad to find surgeons who are willing to perform limb-lengthening surgeries.
I have no issue with allying with trans people for better medical procedures, but the question is: are trans people willing to have the same empathy for the body dissatisfaction of straight cis males?
Currently the most advanced limb-lengthening procedures involve using medieval contraptions fixated to the outside of the legs, with rods boring into the flesh to gradually pull the bones apart, and add a couple inches of height over the course of months. There are also internal fixator rods implanted into the femur to do the same thing. These procedures are excruciating and cost in the ballpark of $75,000 at the least.
I don't understand why we don't have anything more advanced and affordable than this. Couldn't we just implant a piece of cadaver bone into the femur? Or transplant the femur entirely from someone who was taller? Or replace the femur entirely with an artificial one (similar to a hip replacement)?