She picked up a photo that she kept on the windowsill above her bed and held it out as proof. Quispe, an Ecuadorean immigrant who came to New York at age 9, was determined to get the curves that would make her look more feminine. So she tried something else: she went to a so-called pumper, a person who illegally injects silicone to modify the body. For her first injections, she said, she went to the Upper East Side, to an apartment with a view of the East River. When she slid off the makeshift surgical table, she saw bright red drops of blood staining the white sheet. The pumper, she said, dabbed Krazy Glue over each puncture — there were six on each side — to stop the bleeding.
Transgender woman who injected cement into buttocks
Transgender woman who injected cement into buttocks | Daily Mail Online
From beginning to end [pumping is] dangerous: who does it, where it's done, and the products used. Skip navigation! Story from Health Trends. Every so often, tragic stories about people dying from silicone injections make headlines.
Fake Doctors Are Still Getting Away With Poisoning Trans Women
Taliyah Cassadine recalls the lowest point in her life: She was rolling around on the floor of a cheap motel, trying to reshape the silicone in her hips. Her pump doctor was going to give her bigger, more voluptuous hips; Cassadine was competing in a beauty pageant and wanted to fill out her gowns. Instead, she says, the injection made her look like she had a shoebox on her backside. This is actually quite common, Cassadine tells me. Pump doctors will even use rolling pins on smaller areas, like the breasts, to even out a silicone injection.
By Dailymail. A transgender Florida woman known as the 'toxic tush doctor' was sentenced to 10 years in prison and five years probation on Monday after a patient died as a result of one of her procedures. She pleaded no contest to manslaughter and practicing medicine without a license following the death of Shatarka Nuby, 31, who died in federal prison in after receiving the injections. O'Neal Morris, 36, was sentenced to 10 years in prison and five years probation by a Broward County, Florida court after pleading no context to manslaughter and practicing medicine without a license. Morris, pictured, had allegedly injected patients with a mixture of Fix-a-Flat, cement, silicone, mineral oil and Super Glue to give women butt injections on Monday.