This has got me thinking lots.. I'll have to start a couple of threads of my own for the thoughts though
But first... to answer the original question: No, nowhere near it for Transpeople. They are working on uterine transplants for GG's though, and ovarian ones are pretty common at this stage (I think one type of it is considered an outpatient procedure and the least invasive type of transplant surgery). Give it 20-30 years maybe... for more on this point I'm going to start a new thread though.
I hope I'm not overstepping myself here but I really want to say a few things about some of the other stuff in the replies so far:
@Sadie: I don't see how the immunosupressant regimen for a donor set of girl plumbing (
) would be a problem even today if the procedure was possible. Pregnancy of an organ recipient has a few extra risks and is recommended less the more severe the surgery, but it happens all the time. The first successful post transplant pregnancy was in 1963 afaik. Just involves a lot of extra medical montoring during and after the pregnancy to watch for problems. After nearly 50 years of practice I think they have this bit down.
@elsa: I'm sorry, but can you clarify what you've been saying please, not much of it is making sense to me. Yes, pregnancy is quite complex when you get to the details, but:
dna structure has nothing to do with pregnancy, once past the point that male dna causes you not to develop ovaries and a uterus, naturally produce female hormones and have wide hips ie: what hrt and this transplant would get around.
The rest of the physiological points you've made about torso size, or the spine simply aren't relevant.
As far as biochemical and hormone environments in the body goes, if ovaries were transplanted too and functioning they'd regulate a correct body response to pregnancy... if not, well, a lot of treatments for infertility involve artificially doing that for the body in the same way as HRT - the ability to do this is with a little tweaking is possible today, has been for decades now.
I guess what I'm saying is that every reason you've stated about why this is going to be impossible seems counterable to me. Now I'm not saying it's do-able yet, or that there wouldn't need to be a lot of changes and development to hormone regimes, or even that something so far unseen won't make it impossible/too dangerous/etc... but I've yet to see anything that would definitively rule it out as you seem to think.
Uhh, this turned into a long post. Hi everyone, by the way.