By Daily Pictures Reporter Updated: Jason Torres, who now goes by the name Nicole Sanders, has had countless surgeries from nose jobs to barbie implants and brow lifts in a quest to be like the iconic blonde. Nicole even had controversial silicone injections in her buttocks, thighs transsexual pictures to create the transsexual curves of Barbie and hide the boyish frame of her previous life.
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Nicole Sanders has gone under the knife countless times to pictures her look. Since the age of 18, Nicole has had five breast operations, four nose jobs, a brow barbie, cheek implants, jaw surgery, chin implants, calf implants, filler injections in barbie lips, botox jabs and transsexual reassignment surgery. I have had pretty much everything done except liposuction - I've always been naturally skinny. As a boy growing up in New Jersey, Nicole was frequently bullied.
However, barbie road to Barbiedom was not a smooth one for Jason who, as a young boy growing up in New Jersey, suffered merciless bullying for being different. Transsexual always felt like a girl in a boy's body, Jason attempted suicide at the age of 16 and was only rescued when his mother came home and pictures him unconscious on barbie bathroom floor.
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Nicole, who splits her time between New York and New Jersey, said: I only wanted barbie play with girls because Pictures felt like Barbie belonged with them, while the guys used to bully me, teasing me and calling me "gay" pictures I was slumped on the floor and my mother screamed when she saw me transsexual there.
When I came out I knew that I wanted to change from a man to a woman.
Problems at home meant Jason was transsexual unable to tell his family of his desire to become a woman and at the age of 17 he found himself kicked out of the house.
After living on friends' sofas for a year, Transsexual moved to Manhattan where he found the New York club scene welcomed him with open arms and embraced his differences.