Dylan Mulvaney Reveals Crazy Results of Her Feminization Surgery and Shares Her Secret for Dealing With Social Media Trolls

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TikTok sensation Dylan Mulvaney has faced her fair share of online critics. As a trans woman, she often encounters transphobic remarks and backlash. However, Dylan has developed a simple yet effective strategy for dealing with haters on social media.

She ignores the noise

In an interview with E! News, Dylan shared her approach to handling negativity. She explained that she doesn’t dwell on hurtful comments or engage with online trolls. Instead, she focuses on the positive interactions and surrounds herself with supportive voices. Her assistant monitors social media and only shares uplifting comments with her, shielding her from unnecessary negativity.

Dylan’s resilience and determination are commendable. Despite the challenges, she continues to thrive and celebrate her journey. As she approaches the second anniversary of her public transition, she reflects on how far she has come. On March 12, she marks this significant milestone, remembering the beginning of her documented transition on TikTok.

She recently celebrated two years of transformation.

«It’s day 730 of being a girl,» the Days of Girlhood creator began on March 12, recalling the «painful» lessons she learned during her second year of transitioning in the public eye. «This past year, honey, it was a long one. You might comment, ‘Dylan, day one [of Girlhood] feels like yesterday’. But to me, these have felt like two long dog years.»

«I think the theme of this past year was pain, and it’s not a bad thing,» she commented. «But it was so contrasting to the joy and ecstasy that I experienced in those early days, that it was almost comical, but also heartbreaking at times.»

«Other times, I owned my pain, and I grew a thousand times stronger. The most beautiful part has been releasing from the pain and returning to innocence over and over again.»

Changing her hair color saved her life.

Changing your hair color saves your life? Wow, we don't need doctors anymore then.


On her second anniversary of publicly transitioning, Dylan made a striking revelation: «Going blonde saved my life.» This seemingly simple change had a profound impact on her well-being. It symbolized more than just a hair color — it represented resilience, self-expression, and embracing her true identity. «I was disassociating so much, and I needed to do something that made me feel like I had power over my body.» She continued to explain that if she had not made a change with her hair color, she might have ended up «spiraling into the deepest, darkest depression.»

Mulvaney emphasizes the power of list-making.

«Making lists have been a constant for me, because when I feel lost or out of control of my narrative, I look at all my options to prove to myself there isn’t just one way, and I pick the one that feels the least toxic.»

She doesn’t stop at her own success.

She is passionate about promoting inclusivity, as she added, «I feel passionate about promoting trans talent in marketing and in theater, and supporting the industries to be able to support trans folk in those spaces adequately.» This highlights her dedication to creating a more equitable space within her field.

Despite facing challenges, Mulvaney maintains a hopeful outlook. Her concluding statement is a testament to this: «Happiness is something that I will wait for again, even if I’ve lost it for a little while because I know it’s coming. What I haven’t lost is the hope, I still have it, and isn’t that a beautiful thing.»

Dylan has undergone facial feminization surgery.

Facial feminization surgery is a series of medical procedures that are designed to alter the features of the face to make it appear more feminine. This may include adjustments such as forehead reduction, lip and cheek augmentation, and nose, chin, and jaw reshaping. These surgeries are often sought by transgender women. They seek to align their physical appearance with their gender identity.

After a brief hiatus from social media, Mulvaney made a notable return, showcasing her transformation at the 2023 Grammy Awards. The results of her surgery were impressive, as seen in the photos.

As Dylan Mulvaney embraces her new identity with the help of facial feminization surgery, the journey doesn’t end here. Stay tuned for the remarkable story of Elliot Page, who, by age 36, navigated through profound transformations, unexpected relationships, and a career resurgence after transitioning to a man.


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