One model had the future ahead of her. She was sought after and highly desired for various photo shoots and opportunities. But she wanted more. And not just from the people who hired her, but from the way she looked. She wanted to resemble the cartoon character of Jessica Rabbit from the movie “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” as well as Princess Aurora from Disney’s “Sleeping Beauty.”
That’s why model Pixie Fox decided to undergo 15 surgeries to change her body forever. One surgery included the removal of six of her lower ribs to get the waistline she desired more than anything else in her life.
Although she once worked as an electrician, Pixie Fox scorned her former blue-collar life for the high-fashion world of fashion and modeling. And now that she resembles the cartoon characters from her favorite movies, she couldn’t be happier.
“People often come up to me and say, ‘Don’t take this the wrong way, but you look like a cartoon,'” she told Daily Mail. “But for me, that’s a compliment, that’s what I want to achieve.”
Now that Fox looks like Jessica Rabbit and Princess Aurora, she has amassed a following of more than 70,000 people on Instagram. Despite the fifteen times, she changed her body. She considers herself to be a positive influence on the young women and other people who consider themselves to be her fans.
“Those cartoon characters represent the [idealization] of the female body,” she said. “I want to have the tiny waist, the butt, big boobs, big eyes and a really pretty face. Having my ribs removed was just another step in achieving that ideal.”
Besides her lip injections and breast augmentations, the most intense surgery that Pixie Fox endured was the removal of her lower ribs. Doctors can never help her return to her former body. That procedure was irreversible. And she has no regrets.
“Getting my ribs removed has always been a dream of mine,” she said. “But it was really hard, almost impossible, to find a surgeon to do it. The only reason I have been able to do it now is that doctors finally started taking me seriously. They can see I’m not a crazy person and that I know what I’m doing.”
Although she was an attractive young woman before her procedures, she wanted more out of the way she looked. And she was willing to undergo the unthinkable to achieve it.
“I can see the results and feel the difference,” she said. “Before the corset would push against the ribs, which makes it harder and more painful to wear. Now I can wear it even tighter without any pain. I think I am pretty close to the world record for the smallest waist.”
People are impressed with her look and tell her as much on social media. Critics accuse Pixie Fox of having “mental health issues.” One person accused her of failing her impersonation of Jessica Rabbit because the cartoon character had red hair and not the blonde hair Pixie Fox does.
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