This week on the Plastic Surgeon Podcast Dr. Sajan talks with his patient Ebo Barton. Ebo is a local slam poet who underwent FTM top surgery with Dr. Sajan. He discusses his past of identifying first as a lesbian and later as a transgender and non-binary person. Ebo also discusses the importance of having autonomy over one’s body and loving yourself, but know that you have the power to change yourself however you want.
After growing up and graduating from high school and vocational training in fashion, Ebo decided to join the military. The military brought Ebo to the Pacific Northwest. Serving in the Navy, Ebo was sexually assaulted during their time as a soldier. Eventually, this led to their honorable discharge.
Following discharge, Ebo discovered the poetry community in Seattle. Having written some poetry, Ebo started to become active within this community and after a few readings, garnered large scale support. Ebo was able to relive their experiences this way and began to find support as they began their gender transition.
Ebo chose to undergo FTM top surgery with Dr. Sajan after a consultation where Dr. Sajan provided detailed and personalized recommendations. This made a good impression along with Dr. Sajan’s Instagram and Snapchat. Ebo then felt confident undergoing surgery with Dr. Sajan and is so pleased with the outcome.
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