TikTok star Dylan Mulvaney just revealed her amazingFS results
TikTok star Dylan Mulvaney just revealed the results of her amazing facial feminization surgery
Mrs. Dylan Mulvaney would like to reintroduce herself.
The trans actress and influencer, who (at the time of writing) has more than 1 million followers on Instagram and more than 10 million followers on TikTok, today revealed the results of her recent facial feminization surgery.
Mulvaney revealed her stunning new face in a video clip showing her dancing and looking like Natalie Portman black Swan.
After a quick cut, Mulvaney emerges from behind a curtain in a black gown and elbow-length black gloves, looking more like a Hollywood starlet. (Is that the young Rachel Weisz I see?!)
“Oh my God, hello! I miss you! I miss you!” she says in the video. “But it’s so good, isn’t it? IM so happy! Still me, just a slightly softer version! “
She continues, “I just hope that all trans and non-binary people can get access to the gender affirmation resources they need because this is life-changing, sometimes life-saving.” “So thank you so much for supporting me and we have a lot to catch up on! Love you!”
Mulvaney looks absolutely gorgeous in the video, and what’s more, she looks really happy. When someone loves themselves, you can see it on their face, and Mulvaney’s face says, “I love who I am.”
Mulvaney has been teasing the reveal of her new face since December when she went in for surgery with Dr. Harrison Lee.
In her post before undergoing surgery, she wrote a message to her ex to go along with her latest selfie.
“You have done me well!” I wrote. “If we had stuck it together forever, we would have made it work, but you often brought up a grief most of them would never deal with.”
“I wonder how I will get back to you in a matter of weeks?” I continued. “For now, you’re still friends. Thank you for listening to my needs and taking one for the team. Please don’t feel like you’ve failed — I can assure you it’s me, not you.”
It’s great to see how open Mulvaney is about the whole process. Unfortunately, for most of history, trans surgeries were portrayed as something to be ashamed of and to hide. Now, trans people are proud to show off the hard work they put into becoming their best selves.
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