Oli London says he is transitioning back from a Korean woman to a British man
British influencer Oli London, who switched to a Korean woman earlier this year, said he is now returning to a British man.
London, 32, who was embroiled in controversy after identifying himself as “transracial” and undergoing multiple surgeries to look like a K-Pop star, blamed American schools.
Speaking to Fox’s Tucker Carlson Friday night, London, a newly converted Christian, admitted it was a mistake to identify him as “transracial.”
‘I realize that was a big mistake and I just want to be a boy,’ said London, ‘but is it any wonder that people like me and young people want to change their gender if we normalize this in our schools in this country?
“Children are taught from an early age, in some cases as young as five years old, that it’s okay to change sex, it’s okay to wear a skirt, and that a boy can use the gender-neutral toilet if it’s girls.” endangers,” he added.
London also accused schools of teaching children to ‘idolize weak men like Harry Styles’, referring to the popular British singer.
Oli London, who switched to a Korean woman earlier this year (above), said he’s going back to a British man and blamed American schools for his gender dysphoria
Speaking to Tucker Carlson, London said the US culture wars over gender have left people confused on the subject
British influencer sparked controversy after identifying as ‘transracial’ and spending more than $271,000 to look like Korean pop stars
London claimed schools are abolishing masculinity and causing kids to idolize ‘weak men like Harry Styles’ while bashing the popular British singer (pictured Nov. 1)
Hailing from the British capital, London first made headlines in October 2018 after news broke that he spent more than $88,000 on 15 surgeries to look Korean, causing a huge backlash on social media.
After the transition, London said he finally felt peace after eight years of struggling with his identity, but he has made a complete turnaround after converting to Christianity over the summer.
London has since blamed America’s culture wars over gender and schools, saying the ideals of masculinity have been “eroded” in the nation.
“This is the new norm and schools are learning about toxic masculinity, they are eroding the alpha male,” London told Carlson. “The alpha straight male is eroded.
“What happened years ago when kids idolized Superman and astronauts. Now children are being pushed by this radical ideology.
“They’ve learned to idolize weak men like Harry Styles. Weak men like Beto O’Rourke,” he added, bringing up the Democrat who lost the race for Texas governor to Gregg Abbott.
London (right, pictured with Aliia Roza) said he struggled for a long time with his gender identity, but found peace after converting to Christianity over the summer
London underwent several surgeries to resemble BTS singer Jimin. He said his obsession with “getting Korean” arose after living in the country for a year in 2013.
London then switched to a woman while still identifying as Korean. He is pictured with fellow influencer Justin Jedica in 2018, who has also had many cosmetic surgeries
London told Carlson it was a mistake to become a Korean woman. London’s critique of gender transition comes after his conversion to Christianity
London has undergone a total of 30 surgeries and has spent more than $271,000 in the past eight years.
Before deciding to become a British man, London told DailyMail.com that his appearance was based on Korean-New Zealand singer Rosé, who is a member of the popular girl band Blackpink.
London said he started “identifying as Korean” after living in South Korea for a year in 203 and falling in love with the culture.
When he stated that he wanted to be Korean, London was criticized for being racist and that “there is no such thing as transracial”.
Speaking with the Catholic news agency said last week he still didn’t feel good about his transition, which he said may have been fueled by the popularity of plastic surgery in South Korea.
London, a former atheist, said that after finding God, he is now able to accept who he really is.
“This actually saved my life. It has brought me back to who I am as a person, finding God,” London told CNA.
London isn’t the only “de-switched” person speaking out against transgender surgery.
Chloe Cole said she had taken legal action against the doctors to hold them ‘responsible’ for having her breasts removed and pumping puberty blockers full
Cole ‘medically switched’ between ages 13 and 16, having her mastectomy surgery on June 15, 2020
Chloe Cole, a transitional teen who had a double mastectomy at age 15, told Carlson she is suing the surgeons who operated on her.
Cole launched legal action against the doctors to hold them “responsible” for removing her breasts and pumping puberty blockers.
The 18-year-old said she was “devastated” by the surgery and fears she will never be able to have children again.
She switched to a man at age 13 after telling her parents she was “concerned” about her gender and consulting medical professionals.
Cole, of California’s Central Valley, had the life-changing surgery when she was just 15, before regretting it and making the switch a year later.
Now she said she is suing the doctors who operated on her and reprimanding them for letting a child make such an important decision.
She told Fox News’ Tucker Carlson, “They were concerned and they wanted the best for me.
But they didn’t quite know what to do with me so they sought professional help and from that point on I was basically referred [to] into my gender identity without any questions from medical professionals, and they pushed for transition as the way to treat gender dysphoria.”
Chloe Cole, 18, who switched to a man at 13 before later regretting her decision at 16, said she believes the acting president is “trying to advocate for further experiments on children”
Alia Ismail, 27, pictured as both a man and a woman
Along with Cole, several people who have undergone gender transition procedures regret their choices, and many say they feel they have been influenced to make drastic choices without proper guidance.
Alia Ismail, a 27-year-old from Michigan, is transitioning after becoming a man at age 18.
She legally changed her name to Issa in August 2015 and had a double mastectomy in February 2016.
But after realizing she wanted to de-transition, the 27-year-old stopped taking male hormones in February 2021 and is going back under the name Alia.
WHAT DURATION DID OLI HAVE?
Oli has spent more than $271,000 on surgery, Botox, and fillers over the past eight years. He has had a total of 30 surgeries
- Six nose jobs
- Five-point plastic and septoplasty
- Anterior Hairline Lowering
- shaving forehead
- Shaving supraorbital edge
- Eyelid correction/cat eye lift
- Mid Face Lift
- neck lift
- shave chin
- lip lift
- Buccal Fat Removal
- Two x Nipple Correction (areola correction)
- Lower jaw reduction (jaw shaving)
- Zygoma Reduction (cheekbone shaving)
- eyebrow lift
- forehead lift
- cheek lift
- Genioplasty with T-osteotomy (chin contouring)