Society has made people, particularly women, go to great lengths to prove themselves ‘worthy’. With mainstream media focusing its energy on the young, skinny, and gorgeous women, all with very specific features, plastic surgery has boomed. There are so many treatments we can choose from these days, and the latest craze is lip fillers. Our story today is of a 25-year-old woman named Mary Magdalene who has one serious addiction to plastic surgery.
Mary Magdalene, a Surgery Addict
Mary is very popular on social media, having accumulated 102k followers. Her videos talk about her surgeries, and how she goes about her everyday life. Recently she revealed a lip filler treatment as well as a lip lift. Her lips were already large, but they have now grown to colossal proportions. When interviewed, Mary said, “I got a lip lift so my mouth is always open.”
Many of her followers are not exactly fans of the way she is changing her body and her looks. There is always a myriad of questions demanding to know why she wants to look the way she does, and why she is never satisfied with her appearance. Mary seems to disagree, she is very happy with the way that she looks, and she said, “Why? Because I think it looks a lot sl***ier and hotter.”
In a recent video that she posted, Mary is standing in a pink bikini. She is flaunting her extreme tattoos and filming herself in the mirror. While talking about a trip to Turkey where she saw Russian women who were “really skinny.” She knew she had to look just like them. She seemed especially excited at the idea of her massive breasts. Her big butt paired with an extra skinny waist was her dream.
In the video on the Daily Mail, Mary said: “Imagine with my big t**s and my fat a**, which I’m gonna make bigger, I’ll be like a stick with balloons.”
A Near-Fatal Surgery
Mary Magdalene’s social media fans reached serious highs when she started posting about the surgery that nearly killed her. She had gone in for surgery that would enlarge her vagina in 2018. Well, it did not go as well as she had hoped.
In an interview with The Sun Mary said: ‘I almost died during [the] procedure. I had to get two blood transfusions. The doctor said I was losing so much blood, and turning very pale. He thought I was going to die.’ Despite her near-death experience, Mary is confident there will be more procedures to come. Proving that she truly is a resilient person.