‘I want my Instagram to act as a support platform and for girls to see me as an older sister figure sharing my journey to help them.’
'I recently visited my sister who shared her favorite childhood photo of me - the time I married my giant stuffed Pikachu, Ricky.'
‘I just loved my body so much,’ she told the reality show ‘Plastic and Proud.’
‘My only family is my grandma, she raised me and I am still living with her.’
‘I get messages from mums, sisters, wives, a mum of a four-year-old who can’t talk. She said 'what you’ve written about helps me understand my little boy.’’
'I get a lot of positive feedback from family and friends, just saying how proud they are of me and how genuinely happy to see me happy in my own skin they are,’ she explains.
'Here's the most fucked up thing I own. She was a gift made by and from my uncle. Her ass is huge, she's life sized, her name is Chelsea and she's supposed to resemble me.'