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The Bobster
01-07-2016, 04:14 PM
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The transgender woman spending a small fortune to look ‘perfect’
By Michael Blaustein
January 7, 2016 | 2:33pm

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Fulvia Pellegrino shows off her fourth breast augmentation.
Photo: Barcroft


Transgender woman :rolleyes: Fulvia Pellegrino will stop at nothing to look perfect.

The 56-year-old Italian woman :rolleyes: has spent 11 years and $87,000 on plastic surgery including more than 150 lip and cheekbone fillers, four breast implants, two rounds of liposuction and at least one butt lift, according to a Barcroft.

“I am not happy with my ‘perfect’ body because it is not perfect. Perfection is something else,” Pellegrino told Barcroft.

“I want to look like Allanah Starr, an American transgender porn star,” Pellegrino continued. “Plastic surgery is not a drug but its something that people like me need.”

“I am not happy with my face and other parts of my body,” she added. “I won’t stop here, I want to go ahead because it’s not perfect. If I reach perfection maybe I will stop.”

Throughout her many surgeries, Pellegrino has had the full support of her wife Marisa Altare, although their relationship has changed since Fulvia began her transition over a decade ago.

“Obviously, Marisa lost it for a moment, it is not something that is easy to accept,” Pellegrino said. “Today Marisa and I are nothing more than two sisters.

“We live together, we argue like two normal people but not like husband and wife.”

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Despite their strong bond, the couple are struggling financially and face discrimination in their hometown of Peveragno, in northern Italy.

“I am now the clown of Peveragno. They point at me, they talk about me, they start inventing stories about me that I am a prostitute,” Pellegrino told Barcroft. “My friends have all vanished — they didn’t accept me.”

“I couldn’t be without Marisa and do what I do without her,” Pellegrino said. “She is always here with me.”