Named Kyle Leigh when born, she now goes by Kyleigh Potts. The 23-year-old trans woman in Denver, Colorado has spent tens of thousands of dollars to look like Kylie Jenner.
Kyleigh has had a boob job, a nose job, fillers and Botox to look like Jenner. She doesn’t want to be “put in a box” so she’ll keep her male genitalia, “comfortable living as gender non-conforming.”
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This Christmas I’d like to thank my Mother for going out of her way and making my surgeries a possibility, for helping me become me. For giving me the opportunity to be myself. I always used to love the first photo. I thought it was the best picture of me, look how unhappy that person was though. You can see it in her eyes. She didn’t know who she was and was trying to play a role of “he” to please the world….. Look how confident that bad bitch on the right looks!! I’m proud of my journey! Everyone should be! ❤️
“Kylie Jenner has always been my ultimate goal and inspiration, I feel like I have always emulated her and like her, I didn’t start out beautiful, I built myself beautiful.
When I saw her come into herself and transform from the ugly duckling to the b**** everybody wants to be – every girl wants to be her, and every guy wants to sleep with her.”
Kyleigh has been doing lip fillers for three years and requires them every three months. She boasts that she’s had 40 procedures done already to look like her idol.
“I have spent the last four years perfecting my transition into the beautiful woman I always knew I was,” she said.
“I resonated with that, I always thought I was unattractive, ugly and never enough through the trauma of being bullied that I found confidence through altering myself,” Kyleigh explained.
“I turned to dermal fillers in attempts to make everything better, I spent my first two years doing that extensively to the point where my lips were huge.”
Kyleigh is very open about her transition on Instagram, saying it’s a type of therapy for her.
“I think it’s funny how people are so afraid to share their experience, for me, it feels good to be open. Maybe it’s a coping mechanism?”