L.A. man spends $84,000 to turn into sexless reptile

A former banker has told how they quit their jobs and spent over $84,000 on body modifications to transform into an asexual reptile.

A famous former banker quit his high-flying job and spent thousands of dollars on body modifications to turn himself into an asexual reptile.

Los Angeles’ Tiamat Legion Medusa, formerly Richard Hernandez, was abandoned in the woods as a child and shared her journey to becoming a full-fledged “reptoid.”

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To date, they have spent more than US$60,000 (A$84,900) on body modifications, including castration, ear removal, tongue splitting and 18 horn implants.

And the fantasy makeover isn’t over with the pre-op transgender planning penis removal, tooth removal, and more tattoos to fully transform from human to reptilian.

“People think edited people, especially those who go to extremes to look like something out of a sci-fi movie, are losers and dumb as shit,” the 60-year-old said.

“In my past life as a man, I was vice president of banking at one of the largest financial institutions in the country.

“I want people to know that modified people are just as smart, kind, loving, and good as anyone else.

“Just because I had my ears removed doesn’t mean my brain just went out and I’m just a jaded idiot.”

The now much-beautified American had to survive child abuse, self-harm and AIDS on her way to happiness

Tiamat said he struggled to be born a boy from the age of 11 and came out as gay – when dreams of becoming a girl had to be kept hidden.

After graduating from high school in 1979, they fled the small town of Bruni to live in Houston, and life took a positive turn when an entry-level clerk position opened up at JP Morgan Chase Bank.

But the decision to change careers and first get changed in 1997 with a £330 ($A566) pair of horns came following a diagnosis of HIV and then AIDS which at the time was considered a death sentence.

“Because I thought I was going to die, I started modifying my body as I felt I was in a race against time,” said Tiamat who has made a full recovery and is now classified as undetectable and untransmittable.

“I’m removing parts of myself that offend me, including some of my physical attributes and also how I live my life today as a half-human, half-reptilian creature.

“Having been to hell and back, enduring so much cruelty from humans, turning myself into something of another species is my own way of dealing with the spiritual, emotional and psychological pain and anguish that continues to torment me throughout my life. today.

“It may not be how others would have handled it, but it’s my life and I’ll do it my way – and I’ll keep marching to the beat of my own drum.”

Following their initial transformation, Tiamet developed 38B breasts as a result of hormones and underwent prostate removal and castration as part of the change from male to female.

The budding dragon also has 18 horn implants, both ears removed, partial nose removal and a Harry Potter Voldemort character-inspired remodel, all but six teeth removed with those remaining sharpened to spikes, the whites of both eyes permanently dyed green, a bifurcation of the tongue to mimic a snake’s fork.

And having now become fluid, they have changed their name legally and claim to want to be an inspiration for non-binary individuals.

“I’m becoming asexual, so I prefer them, those pronouns. My ultimate preference is to simply be called an “it”, just like mine, the snakes.

“It is my goal and mission to break gender binary and inspire others to accept being non-binary by sharing my non-gender story.”

Tiamat hopes the full transformation will be completed by 2025 and will receive seven new horns as well as a penectomy – the complete removal of the penis.

“I’m not done yet, I’m going to get more horns and continue to break my own record as one of the most modified humans in the world,” he said.

This article originally appeared in The sun and has been reproduced with permission

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