An influencer is in the process of ‘de-transitioning’ from a trans woman back to a man after realising he’s happier as a man
Oli London, from Hertford, spent six months living as a woman and underwent feminising facial surgery to soften his features before realising that he was actually happier living as a man.
The social media personality, who had previously had surgery to look like male Korean pop idols, has hit out at celebs like Harry Styles and Timothee Chalamet, and shows like Ru Paul’s drag race.
According to London, the celebrities promote gender fluidity, and they are dangerous for teens who are encouraged to question their identity.
He said: ‘There are now so many teenagers transitioning. It’s something that’s seen as trendy and cool to Gen Z and it feeds into woke people.
‘I think that celebrities like Harry Styles and Timothée Chalamet, probably due to their PR, are queer baiting as they are made to look gay or feminine in order to be cool and trendy. It’s a slippery slope.
‘It projects these images onto impressionable kids and leads them to question themselves and their identity. It’s really harmful.
‘These kids are then influenced to experiment, which is fine, but if these teenagers weren’t going to come to these realisations on their own about their gender, then it’s likely that it is the wrong path for them and they have just been influenced by what they think is trendy.’
Oli, 33, flew to Turkey to undergo feminine facial surgery in April 2022, after struggling with his gender identity for years.
The British influencer previously sparked controversy after identifying as ‘transracial’ and spending more than $271,000 to look like Korean pop-stars.
He tried to look like Jimin from boyband BTS for over five years and has since spent over £100,000 ($150,000) on further surgery, most recently sharing a video from his hospital bed after undergoing eye surgery, a facelift, brow lift, and temple lift.
Oli added: ‘As a teenager, I was bullied for how I looked. I was told that I looked too feminine and not like a ‘real’ boy.
‘I spent six months living as a transgender woman and at first it felt amazing…