Transgender Man Has Ears and Nose Removed to Become Dragon Lady
The transgender craze has just gotten even crazier. A man-turned-woman now insists that he is really a dragon, and has taken drastic surgical and artistic steps to make that dream a reality. This is a terrifying sign of where a rejection of the Christian view of humanity can take us.
A 55-year-old dragon lady, born "Richard Hernandez," now identifies as "Eva Tiamat Baphomet Medusa," a name taken from a video game character, and wishes to be referred to as an "it." It says it believes it was born in the wrong sex, along with the wrong species, and it is willing to physically destroy its humanity to complete the transformation. It has already undergone tooth extraction, eye coloring, horn implants, ear removal, nose modification, and an undoubtedly painful procedure to have a forked tongue.
This is what happens when a culture rejects the Christian (and generally rational, even scientific) understanding of sexuality and biology in favor of the mantra "if it feels good, do it." Granted, the transformation from man into dragon is extreme, but can we really deny it, if we assume that some people are "transgender" and need to become the opposite sex in order to be happy?
Eva Tiamat Baphomet Medusa (or Tiamat for short) posted this self-description on her blog:
I am the Dragon Lady, A pre-op M2F transgender in the process of morphing into a human dragon, becoming a reptoid as I shed my human skin and my physical appearance and my life as a whole leaving my humanness behind and embracing my most natural self awareness as a mythical beast. As for pronouns I prefer to be called "it" and not be referred to as a she or a her. WELCOME TO OBLIVION!
"M2F" is transgender code for "male to female." Tiamat is the name of a primordial Mesopotamian goddess, and she symbolizes the chaos of primordial creation. In the Babylonian epic Enuma Elish, she gives birth to the very first gods and the first monsters, transforms into a massive sea dragon, and is slain by the hero god Marduk. With her body, Marduk forms the heavens and the earth. It is unclear how familiar this human-turned-dragon is with the mythology surrounding her name, but her reference to "OBLIVION" suggests serious emotional angst.
In an interview with Britain's Daily Mail, she said she is dealing with some "serious gender dysphoria," even after undergoing gender reassignment surgery, and "loves" her 36B chest.
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