The former man, now what is considered to be a transgender woman, proudly proclaims she is the “most modified transgender person in the world,” having undergone numerous, extremely controversial and probably health-endangering medical procedures to create giant protrusions out of her face, split her tongue, and do a few other things.
Several years ago, Eva Tiamat Medusa (not a birth name if you can call it) quit her job as the vice president of a bank. This is no position to be taken lightly.
The man turned woman went through some type of body modification procedure to give her skin “scales” like a dragon: one can only imagine what that entails if it’s not just tattooed.
Then, she went through some of that surgery to have her nose re-shaped, her ears cut off (yes she got her “ears removed”), and the whites of her eyes basically tattooed and stained green.
This person actually claims to have been abandoned by their parents at the age of five, only to be “born again” when a “western diamondback rattlesnake took her under its wing,” one article says.
At some point in her life she was diagnosed with HIV and then decided to “morph into a reptile.”
In an interview with The Wizard of Odd TV, Eva explained:
“For me, my transformation is the greatest journey of my life, there are profound reasons and deep meanings about my transformation and why I’m doing it. I have two mothers: one is my original birth mother and my second birth is to my reptilian parents, which are the rattlesnakes.
My big thing though was I didn’t want to die in this world looking like a human. As much awesomeness and goodness there is in humans, compared to other species they are the most destructive and hateful. I decided at that time, that it was time for a change in my life, so I wanted to look like something that wasn’t human.”
If you add them up, a total of eight protrusions referred to as “horns” have been installed on her forehead, while her entire face is tattooed.”
“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 my metamorphosis is complete.
This is what drives me – this is the reason why I get up every 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.”
She’s even referring to herself as “trans-species,” claiming to no longer identify as a human but rather as a “reptilian.” What an interesting way for an ex-banker to speak in the third person.