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  1. She should shut her gap and let ppl be whatever they want. Why's it so hard to love one another?
  2. I'm surprised NHS didn't tell him he won't be able to get his dick back, won't be able to give birth with his man-made vagina for the past 5 years before the operation.
  3. Anguish of young man who had sex organs removed on NHS then regretted it the same day... as he SUES NHS over gender reassignment surgery The unnamed man has said doctors did not warn him about the drastic outcome of gender reassignment surgery which has left him infertile and incontinent Campaigners say it is first medical negligence case over NHS transgender care He claims he was asked about surgery but delayed as he had doubts but went ahead over fears care he had been receiving for his gender problems would stop On Twitter, the man said that he had been effectively 'castrated' by the surgery By SUE REID for Daily Mail | PUBLISHED: 22:00 BST, 23 June 2022 A young British man who had his genitals removed during gender reassignment surgery is suing the NHS over the operation in a historic legal action. He complains that doctors did not warn him of the drastic outcome of the body-altering surgery which has left him infertile, incontinent and feeling like a ‘sexual eunuch’. He said on Twitter yesterday: ‘The minute I woke up from surgery, I knew I had made the biggest mistake of my life.’ Campaigners say that it is the first medical negligence case over NHS transgender care in this country. The NHS trust involved has not been named. Stephanie Davies-Arai, founder of Transgender Trend, a group advising parents on transgender children and young adults, said: ‘It is hoped this will force a re-think by the NHS about this kind of barbaric surgery on patients who are told by medics it will help them. ‘He has a very real case for compensation against the heath service. We believe he has suffered harm.’ His case has been taken on by lawyers in Liverpool. It centres on whether the NHS and its gender clinics adequately counselled him before the operation five years ago. The patient, in his thirties, was brought up in the North of England and has de-transitioned from being a woman to live as a man again. The man says he is gay and his sexuality should have been discussed before the radical, irreversible gender surgery. ‘I have been castrated. That is the correct term,’ he says on his Twitter feed, which has 19,000 followers. ‘I cannot believe they [the NHS] were allowed to do this to me. ‘I was not even asked if I wanted to freeze my sperm, or have kids in the future.’ He does not want to be named because he is ashamed of how he looks. Instead, he tweets under the pseudonym TullipR. Yesterday, he posted a picture of his huge bundle of medical notes which will be used by his lawyers to bring the case against the NHS. TullipR says he transitioned at 25, more than a decade ago, and started taking female hormones to feminise his body. This was followed by surgery when he underwent an NHS operation called ‘penile inversion with scrotal graft’ which removes male genitalia and uses the tissue to construct a false vagina. He says he grew up in the North East of England. ‘I knew deep down from a young age I was gay and was deeply terrified of it,’ he says in his tweets describing his past. ‘Everyone in the family joked and expressed disgust and disapproval of gay people.’ He withdrew into an online world where he felt at peace. There, at 23, he found discussions about gender dysphoria, the fear of living in the wrong sexual body. ‘That’s me, I thought.’ He found an internet forum called ‘Angels’ which was directed at trans women – men who wish to be women. They urged him to transition ‘now’, before it was ‘too late’. He says that he latched on to the idea with zeal. He took female hormone drugs bought privately, and later prescribed by his GP and an adult NHS gender clinic, to suppress his male characteristics and look feminine. But when a NHS psychiatrist asked him if he wanted gender reassignment surgery (GRS), he delayed for two years because he had doubts. Worried that if he refused he would be denied NHS treatment for his gender problems, he finally agreed. His tweets explain: ‘Eventually I found myself on the operating table. Immediately on waking up from surgery, I knew I had made the biggest mistake of my life. ‘My sex had been lobotomised.’ After surgery, he confronted his GP about his doubts. He claims they shrugged and said there was no guidance for those who regretted the surgery and treatment. The tweets go on: ‘I have no sensation in my crotch region at all. You could stab me with a knife. I wouldn’t know. The entire region is numb. No one ever told me that the base area of your penis is left. It can’t be removed. It means you have a stump inside which twitches.’ TullipR says his sex drive died about six months after he began taking female hormones. I was glad to be rid of it, but now I realize what I am missing and I won't get back. He describes the ‘living nightmare’ of waking up and forgetting that he has lost his penis and scrotum. ‘I expect something that was there for three decades, and it’s not. My heart skips a beat, every damn time.’ In the tweets, he describes how the operation has left him struggling to relieve himself. ‘It takes me about 10 minutes to empty my bladder. It is extremely slow, painful, and because it dribbles... it will then go all over the entire area, leaving me soaking. ‘I find moments later my underwear is wet. It slowly drips out for more than an hour. I never knew that I would risk smelling of p*** everywhere I go.’ According to the NHS last year, 13,500 people were waiting for an initial appointment for gender identity treatment which can lead to reassignment surgery. The clinic with the shortest waiting time for a first appointment was the flagship Tavistock and Portman Clinic in north-west London which was, at the time, nearly three years.
  4. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! I feel like a part of me has been taken away... And I must confess that I am usually drawn to sadness And loneliness has never been a stranger to me EXCLUSIVE: Life in plastic is (not) fantastic! Jessica Alves vows to STOP having surgery as she poses for Barbie inspired shoot... but only after she gets her 13th nose job By REBECCA LAWRENCE FOR MAILONLINE | PUBLISHED: 10:28 BST, 5 July 2022 Jessica Alves has vowed to stop having plastic surgery after spending more than £900,000 on 91 procedures in the last two decades. The transgender influencer, 38, revealed in an exclusive chat with MailOnline that she isn't interested in chasing 'perfection' and feels far more confident now that she's living her life as a woman. While Jessica admitted she still has plans for a 13th nose job, as well as full body liposuction, she then wants to stop going under the knife for good. She explained: 'I'm far from perfection, neither do I want to be perfect, but there are a few things that I need to fix before the summer is over... then I will be done for life with plastic surgery.' Jess also revealed that she now felt the 'ultimate validation' as a woman after being picked as a brand ambassador for Fashion Nova. The TV personality chanelled a Barbie doll for her latest shoot with the brand, and said of the spread 'I loved it! Barbie represents the perfection of a female form and it is fun and flattering to be compared to the doll.' As well as her various modelling gigs, Jessica has spent the past few months making the most of the return of the travel industry post-lockdown. She explained: 'My gender transition happened while we were at the pandemic in lockdown, so this is my first real summer as a woman. 'I have been having a blast! I spent two months in Thailand, now I'm in Turkey and then I'm off to Bali. 'I am still looking for love and to live a fairytale romance which hopefully will happen one day.' It comes after Jessica and her new love interest Jamie Bugden split after enjoying a whirlwind romance in Thailand. A source told MailOnline last month: 'Jessica was living a love story while in Phuket but that's over now. They are two very different people living very far apart with different mottos in life. 'Maybe they will meet again one day but are no longer in a relationship.' The insider added: 'Jessica is single and very much on the hunt for Mr Right. She still believes in love, romance and being monogamous and is ready to invest her time, love and effort into a relationship' Prior to their split, a source told MailOnline of Jessica's romance with Jamie: 'They have been getting on very well and are making the most of their trip. It is the first time she has ever posted a man on her social media. 'Jessica is heartbroken that it won't be a long term relationship as he is a British man based in Thailand and she splits her time between London and Brazil. They are having fun for now'.
  5. 308 mass shootings in 6 months.... I wonder how many minor shootings had occurred? US Recorded 308 Mass Shootings Since Beginning Of 2022 ASSOCIATED PRESS | JULY 05, 2022, 08:38 IST Here Is A List Of High Profile Mass Shootings: The latest high-profile shooting in the United States happened on July Fourth, when a gunman opened fire on parade-goers in a Chicago suburb. Other notable episodes of gun violence in recent weeks: ESTAVIA HILLS, ALABAMA: At least two people died and another was hospitalized on June 16 after a shooting at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in a Birmingham suburb. Police said a suspect is in custody. DUNCANVILLE, TEXAS: Police shot and killed a man who fired gunshots June 13 at a Dallas-area gymnasium where at least 150 children were attending a day camp. CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE: Three people died and 14 people were injured in a shooting June 5 in front of a restaurant. Three people have been arrested. PHILADELPHIA: Three people died and 11 others were injured June 4 on a busy block in Philadelphia during a melee that began with a fistfight and was followed by random gunfire. Two men are in custody in two of the deaths; other people have also been arrested in connection with the melee. DAYTON, OHIO: A jail inmate being treated at a hospital shot and killed a security guard June 1, pointed the weapon at others and killed himself in a parking lot. TULSA, OKLAHOMA: A gunman killed his surgeon and three other people at a medical office June 1. The gunman killed himself as police arrived. UVALDE, TEXAS: An 18-year-old gunman killed 19 children and two adults at Robb Elementary School on May 24 in the deadliest school shooting in nearly a decade. More than 15 other people were wounded. Law enforcement killed the attacker. CHICAGO: A shooting killed two people and injured seven others on May 19 just blocks from the Magnificent Mile shopping district. Two men have been charged. LAGUNA WOODS, CALIFORNIA: One person was killed and five others injured May 15 after a man opened fire on Taiwanese parishioners in Southern California. Authorities have said the gunman was motivated by hatred for Taiwan. He has been charged with murder and other counts. BUFFALO, NEW YORK: A white gunman opened fire May 14 at a supermarket in a predominantly Black neighborhood, killing 10 people and injuring others. He has been charged with federal hate crimes that could carry the death penalty if he is convicted. https://www.news18.com/news/world/us-recorded-308-mass-shootings-since-beginning-of-2022-here-is-a-list-of-high-profile-mass-shootings-5491417.html
  6. I know right gurl! It pains me when I first saw the pic Here's the Jessica butterfly look, Pariah Scarey can NEVER!
  7. Did Jessica cut n paste her head to another body? Very Pariah Scarey style i.e. cut head paste on other model's body.
  8. EXCLUSIVE: 'I'd feel complete if I could give birth': Transgender Jessica Alves reveals plans to undergo a womb transplant as she puts on an eye-popping display in sizzling snaps By LAURA FOX | PUBLISHED: 11:18 BST, 27 July 2021 Jessica Alves has revealed her plans to undergo a womb transplant so she can fall pregnant, even though the procedure has never been undertaken on a transgender woman. The TV personality, 37, who underwent sex reassignment surgery in February, revealed she is hoping to have the groundbreaking surgery as she becomes more and more desperate to have a child. It came as Jessica also offered a glimpse of eye-popping figure in a series of exclusive snaps after joining the racy subscription site OnlyFans. Speaking to Closer magazine, Jessica said: 'Even it cost a million pounds to have one, I'd find a way to do it. I would love a baby that has my own genes and blood, and I have my frozen sperm so I could use that for IVF. 'All I wanted was to be a woman and having gender reassignment surgery was the happiest day of my life. But having a womb would be even better - I would feel complete if I could give birth. 'I would love to have a brood of children. I would make me so happy to be called ''mummy''.' Jessica said she hopes to become the first transgender woman to have a womb transplant, and is currently speaking to doctors about having the procedure. Womb transplants, which cost £50,000 per operation, were developed to allow women to carry a baby if they were born without a womb or have had it removed through illness. Roughly 15,000 women in the UK could benefit. It has been considered that the procedure could be trialled on those who were born biologically male using the organs of dead donors or women who have since transitioned to become men and had their wombs removed. In 2019 a clinic in Cleveland became the first to deliver a healthy baby that was carried to term in a womb transplanted from a dead donor. Prior to this, more than a dozen women had given birth after womb transplants, mainly from living donors. In 2019 it was reported that experts were investigating whether a womb could be transplanted into a transgender woman who was born male. Writing in the British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, the scientists said it would be perfectly possible to put a womb into a male body so that they could carry a baby to full-term. And they say it may be ‘legally and ethically impermissible’ not to consider performing the procedure. Several transgender men – those who were born women and then switched – have already given birth in the UK. But in those circumstances it was merely a case of retaining the female reproductive organs after they transitioned, rather than having to implant female organs into a male body. Six months after the surgery and the womb has healed, a donated egg would be fertilised with the transgender woman’s own sperm and the embryo implanted. The baby would then be delivered by caesarean section. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-9830169/Jessica-Alves-reveals-plans-undergo-womb-transplant.html
  9. She wanna do womb transplant so that she can have her own babies. If she did it, it will be a good news for all trans women. Sounds impossible but happened before. A woman had received a womb transplant and gave birth to a baby but then again, she's a biological woman in the first place.
  10. Queen Jessica so gorgeous! Pariah should learn from Jessica i.e. wear a more comfortable shoes/dress and not trying to squeeze size 10 feet/body into a size 6 shoes/dress! Maybe Jessica should recommend her stylist to Pariah.
  11. I'm speechless So this is how these developed countries (Australia/UK/US/Canada etc) "recycle" trash and achieve a "greener" environment.... They forget all of us are sharing the same air. EXCLUSIVE After much praised waste export ban, Australia under fire for shipping plastic trash as 'fuel' By Joe Brock and Kanupriya Kapoor | February 28, 2022 SINGAPORE, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Australia will allow plastic trash to be shipped overseas and burned as fuel under a law introduced last year that banned the export of some plastic waste, the environment minister's office said, prompting accusations from critics of hypocrisy. Australia was praised for passing a landmark waste export ban in response to a public backlash against rich countries sending trash to poor countries where it often ends up being dumped, burned or leaking into the ocean. But days after the Recycling and Waste Reduction Act came into effect on July 1 last year, Australia granted a licence to its largest waste-to-energy facility to export plastic waste in the form of a fuel, a spokesperson for Minister for the Environment Sussan Ley confirmed in response to Reuters' questions. The licence granted to Cleanaway Waste Management Limited and ResourceCo Pty Ltd., which has not previously been reported, is the first confirmation that Australia will ship plastic trash under the classification of Processed Engineered Fuel (PEF). ResourceCo declined to comment and Cleanaway did not respond to a request for comment. Waste-derived fuels such as PEF - a shredded and compressed mix of trash like plastic, wood and metal - are used as a cheap alternative to coal by cement companies and incinerators, which promote its use as a way of reducing fossil fuel consumption. Some scientists and environmentalists say burning plastic as a fuel undermines a much-needed switch to cleaner energy, increases planet-warming greenhouse gas emissions and releases toxic chemicals that put public health at risk. Environmental groups said Australia had misled the public and ensured its waste would continue to pollute developing countries, especially in Southeast Asia which has become the main destination for the rich world's waste. "Australians were very proud and excited when the government announced its world-first 'waste export ban'," said Jane Bremmer, plastic advisor to the International Pollutants Elimination Network (IPEN). "Now we see this was disingenuous and a cynical political announcement as they are rebranding plastic waste exports as fuel." Ley's spokesperson said the law states that processed plastic can be exported, adding that only "a small number" of export licences had been issued. The spokesperson said there was no available data on how much plastic had been exported as fuel since the ban was introduced or information about where it was sent. WASTE CRISIS Australia's new law bans the export of mixed plastic waste, which could include a hard-to-recycle jumble of items like bags, polystyrene cups and bubble wrap. It permits the shipment of plastic waste that has been separated, like bales of drinks bottles that can be sent to recyclers overseas, as well as "processed" waste fuels. Australia provided $30 million ($21.6 million) in loans to ResourceCo and Cleanaway for a plant to be built in New South Wales that will process 250,000 tonnes of waste a year into fuel for a nearby cement factory and exports to Asia, Ley's spokesperson confirmed. With only 10% of global plastic waste recycled, burning plastic as a fuel is becoming increasingly popular as a way to get rid of soaring volumes of single-use plastic trash. Plastic production, a key growth area for the petrochemicals industry, is due to double over the next 20 years. Big oil companies that make plastic and major brands that use single-use packaging are investing in plastic-to-fuel projects in poor countries like Indonesia, Reuters revealed in a series of investigations last year. United Nations members are holding a summit in Nairobi this week to agree on terms for the first ever plastic pollution treaty, including the role of waste-to-fuel processes. Australian Environment Minister Ley said this month that she wants to use the summit to urge other countries to "follow Australia's lead" on waste export bans so plastic is "not shipped offshore where it becomes another country's problem", according to local media. But environmentalists in Southeast Asia said Australia's rebranding of plastic waste as a fuel raised fears that rich countries would agree to a deal to continue exporting pollution to the developing world. "Countries in Southeast Asia continue to be the dumping ground of wastes and discards for the developed and industrialised world," said Aileen Lucero, National Coordinator for EcoWaste Coalition in the Philippines. "This not only exacerbates environmental and health risks but also amplifies the waste crisis facing countries like the Philippines." https://www.reuters.com/business/environment/exclusive-after-much-praised-waste-export-ban-australia-under-fire-shipping-2022-02-28/
  12. Which means human rights issue only applicable to others but not UK/US. Hypocrisy much?
  13. 'It's unbelievable when I look at myself in the mirror and see the woman that I've become. My OnlyFans images are taken by photographers who have also shot for Playboy.' Oh Jessica has OnlyFans page!
  14. This thread always remind me of M's "Another Suitcase In Another Hall"
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