Eva Tiamat Medusa, from Bruni, Texas, perhaps might be the ‘most modified transgender person in the world’ spending a fortune on numerous procedures to become a dragon.
Originally a vice president of a bank, Eve quit her job and began her transformation by getting scales before having her nose re-shaped, ears removed and the whites of her eyes stained green.
Eva now has eight horns on her forehead, her tongue bifurcated and her whole face tattooed meaning she is now known as Dragon Lady.
She furthermore describes herself as ‘trans-species’, as she no longer identifies as human but as a reptilian instead, and has opened about her journey in hopes others who want to change their physical body feel less alone.
“I would like for there to be an open dialogue about the world of body modification and understand what it was like to live as a gay-man for 53-years and now as a transsexual woman.
There’s a lot of misunderstanding about what it means to be transsexual and then further than that – something that I’m introducing – the idea of trans-speciesism.
I consider myself not just to be human anymore; I’m human and reptilian. My greatest desire in life is to continue my body modification until very day and live.
I hope that my story will help other people – not only those who have gone through hard times, but also people who have lost hope.”
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