A Florida surgeon who makes a living removing the healthy breasts of gender-confused teenage girls and markets her services directly to impressionable young people via social media has admitted in a TikTok video that some people may come to regret the type of surgery they chose.
In the video shared on Twitter by Libs of TikTok, Dr. Sidhbh Gallagher, a Miami-based plastic surgeon who regularly promotes her breast amputation service to her large social media following of teenagers using the hashtags "Yeet the Teets" or "Teetus Deletus," tells her audience that they don’t have to have their nipples put back on after the breast tissue has been removed.
"If the nipples do nothing to affirm you, or you want rid of them, or whatever the reason would be, it’s a simpler surgery, a shorter surgery. It knocks about an hour off your surgery," explained the celebrity "gender-affirming" surgeon.
However, the surgeon who cuts the healthy breasts of girls as young as thirteen then went on to say that in the event that the patient later regrets not having them put back on, it can be very difficult to construct natural-looking nipples.
"If, for whatever reason, the patient did desire nipples in the future … a reconstructed nipple never looks as good as ones we would make if we were using your own tissue in the first place," explains the surgeon who does not appear to have considered the possibility that in the future her patients may also regret having their healthy breasts chopped off when they were vulnerable, distressed teenagers.
In reply to the many videos, photographs, and memes that Gallagher shares on social media, her adoring fans will often post pictures of their newly unbandaged chests bearing fresh mastectomy scars, a disturbingly high proportion of which also show evidence of past self-harm.
Gallagher, who calls herself Dr. Teetus Deletus, once also shared a video informing her followers that any sadness felt post-surgery was normal and only temporary. This is certainly not true for the rapidly-growing members of the detransitioner community, made up largely of young women who deeply regret undergoing medical transition as adolescents.
One of Gallagher’s former patients, Grace Lidinsky-Smith, a detransitioned young woman who is one of the founding members of Detrans United, told her story in a recent documentary, The Detransition Diaries, of how she felt instant regret upon waking from her bilateral mastectomy at age 23, and how that regret has never gone away. Lidinsky-Smith now campaigns for an end to ‘gender-affirming care’ for minors.Gallagher has also been reported to Biden’s Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for alleged false promotion of services to minors.
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