The notorious “transgender woman” whom President Joe Biden invited to the White House last year recently underwent facial feminization surgery, and critics are taking note.
It all started on Dec. 16th, when “transgender woman” Dylan Mulvaney posted a TikTok video of himself “excitedly getting out of bed.”
“It’s surgery day!!!” the caption read.
Later that day, he posted another video showing himself being dropped off at the surgery location.
@dylanmulvaneyGoing on 15 years♬ original sound – Warner Bros. Movies
A couple days after the surgery, Mulvaney posted a new shocking video showing him post-surgery.
As seen below, his face was a bandage-covered hot mess:
@dylanmulvaney Replying to @robloxfan842 ♬ original sound – Dylan Mulvaney
By the end of the month, Mulvaney looked better, though he reportedly claimed in yet another video that his face was still swollen.
No doubt. Facial feminization surgery is no joke.
“Facial feminization surgery encompasses a broad range of procedures to change the shape of the face to look feminine. Examples include having the hairline moved to create a smaller forehead, having lips and cheekbones augmented, or having the jaw and chin reshaped and resized. Skin-tightening surgery, such as a face-lift, is another option,” the Mayo Clinic notes.
According to the Daily Mail, this may sometimes mean messing with bones.
“As part of facial feminization surgery, transgender women can get their facial bones sawed down and even removed to achieve a more feminine look,” the outlet notes.
“It can include a range of different surgeries, including reconstructing the forehead by removing the bony ridge above a patient’s eyes and reshaping the hairline (which may include shaving down or grinding the bony ridge or cutting a piece of existing bone and replacing it with a bon graft),” the Daily Mail reported Sunday.
Dylan’s surgery pic.twitter.com/Jk4ezAHiSk
— TroonyToons of TikTok (@troonytoons) December 22, 2022
The work can cost between $20,000 to $50,000, depending on the surgeon, as well as the procedures that the transgender individual is seeking.
For the time being, transgender patients must pay for these costs out of pocket, as facial feminization surgery is classified by most insurers as an elective procedure.
“FFS can have more impact on a person’s mental health and social well-being than genital surgeries such as vaginoplasty and phalloplasty. As society becomes more familiar with transgender issues, the medical establishment seems to be slowly recognizing FFS as fundamental to transgender care, rather than optional and elective,” Healthline notes.
That being said, Mulvaney should have no problems covering the costs.
“Mulvaney has previously said that her ‘Days of Girlhood’ series — in which she documents each day since her transition — effectively pays for the surgeries that it documents,” according to the Daily Mail.
“A lot of the initial deals were tailored to my queerness and to my transness. For some of these major corporations, I was actually their first trans creator. It’s exciting to make money to support myself since I lost my job, and to have my transition surgeries be covered too,” he reportedly said in October.
Indeed, Mulvaney is, according to reports, swimming in money.
TikToker Dylan Mulvaney set to make $1M from endorsements on odd man-to-girl transition show https://t.co/5rIO4xITBt
— Daily Mail US (@DailyMail) November 1, 2022
“Industry insiders who broker commercial endorsement deals for TikTok creators say Mulvaney nets at least $100,000 each month from showcasing brands in her hugely popular ‘Days of Girlhood’ series,” the Daily Mail reported in November.
“They describe Mulvaney, who is represented by LA-based Creative Artists Agency (CAA), as a savvy operator who likely gets paid $25,000-$50,000 each time she posts about clients like Ulta Beauty, Haus Labs, Crest, Instacart, EOS, and CeraVe.”
Dovetailing back to Mulvaney’s surgery, critics have some thoughts.
One critic noted that it’s strange for Mulvaney to pursue facial feminization surgery given the belief among transgender people that just saying they’re such and such gender makes them such and such gender.
But I thought gender was a societal construct?
— NoNoNoNoYes (@NoNoNoNoYes5) December 23, 2022
See more criticism below:
Why is a guy who was otherwise just a decent looking gay man doing this to himself, it is nuts.
— Benrai (@Benrai7) December 23, 2022
Imagine how empty this dude’s life is that he’s having this done so close to Christmas.
— Rich Coupe (@rich_coupe) December 22, 2022
Do I need this? I’ve been a woman for more than 5 decades and I never had this done.
— BADGER (@BADGER1407) December 22, 2022
Every single man I’ve seen that had this surgery either ended up looking the exact same or just bizarre.
— Too Old For This Shit (@Sankacats) December 22, 2022
im interested to know how many of these people end up addicted to opiates with these surgeries. this isnt just “a nose” job or whatever, this is SERIOUS surgery, think of how many nerve endings are in the chin etc… this should be called “experimental skull carving surgery”
— fake name (@bangdingowshit) December 23, 2022
Republished with permission from American Wire News Service
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