“This is the first described case where a seemingly simple and safe procedure of a penis enlargement by autologous fat transfer caused sudden death in a healthy young man,” the journal states.
“Perhaps the risk of fat embolisation is higher when pretraumatized tissue is subjected to fat injection, like in this case, where a penis elongation by loosening of a penile ligament was performed before the fat injection.” Approximately 8,400 penis enlargement surgeries are performed each year worldwide despite its risks, according to the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
If there’s one thing to take away from the industry’s ever expanding market, it’s that the panic over penis size is real.
Fortunately, one woman is out to extinguish those fears.
Her name is Blithe, and she is a licensed prostitute.
He said that during his early years the bullying centered around his racial and cultural differences.
The 30-year-old, who had no prior medical history besides mild asthma, went into cardiac arrest towards the end of the surgery, the Journal of Forensic Sciences reports.
Doctors tried to resurrect the patient while he was rushed to an emergency hospital but were unsuccessful and he died shortly after.
I can think of heartthrobs of European and African descent and of various other cultures, such as George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Ryan Gosling, Denzel Washington, Idris Elba, Will Smith, Laz Alonzo, Ricky Martin, and Pitbull, but I struggle to think of a single Asian-American actor, musician or model who is widely celebrated for his dashing good looks and sex appeal.
The lack of acknowledgment by the mainstream media may have a meaningful impact on the romantic lives of Asian-American men.