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"Without it - I wouldn't be here today": Romi Abergil in a painful confession Israel today


The model openly answered surfers' questions, and revealed the painful truth • And how does she deal with the scars on her body from the surgeries? "This is the reality," she clarified

Transgender model Rumi Abergil is far from here, in the capital of Thailand, where she moved a few days ago without specifying a date to return to Israel.

She insists on maintaining the connection with her 213 thousand followers on Instagram, and yesterday (Sunday) in the evening, she held a question and answer session with the surfers, in which she promised to answer everything.

From the belief in God, through the hypothetical thought that she would have remained a man, to the attitude to the body scars left from the surgeries for gender adjustment, the star of the network answered everything and did not spare the descriptions.

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"Don't you believe in God?" Rumi asked simply.

"I don't deny the existence of God, but I don't deal with it on a daily basis," she replied.

"I am at the head of do good and it will be good. Not in the name of religion, but in the name of karma. I have more spiritual periods and there are less. I really like Buddhism, an interesting religion," she added.

Screenshot from Instagram

"Doesn't the scars on your body bother you when you take a photo in a swimsuit?", challenged one of the followers.

"It really bothers me, but what to do? Photoshop? Come on, that's not reality," she stated.

"The reality is that I have a scar from a cartilage transplant that I did in my nose, I have a scar from a caesarean section that I did for gender reassignment, I have all kinds of scars that mark milestones that I have passed through in life. In another year I will have laser removal. This just proves to me how important each scar is," she explained .

"Thanks to these scars I am the woman I am today, and to be a woman the scars pay off," she concluded.

The next question that Abergil was asked to answer was about the insults she often receives on social networks.

"What do you think about people who call you 'man'?", we were intrigued.

"That they are really evil and their world is as narrow as an ant's world. To claim that I am something other than a woman/female/girl, and that they subscribe to me online (the reference is to Abergil's online fan account; 14) you know, all men are in denial."

Screenshot from Instagram

Recently, Abergel sharply criticized Israel, which led to the following question.

"Don't you like Israel?", they asked.

"I love Israel. I was born and raised and served two full years in the IDF.

But the situation recently is not good, and the country is going to a place of religion, rising prices, bills that harm LGBT people. I really don't need to say thank you for accepting me," she added.

Screenshot from Instagram

The last question we will present here dealt with a hypothetical situation in which Rumi was required to imagine a world in which she could not undergo a gender reassignment procedure.

"What would you do if there was no possibility to change the gender?" asked the respondents.

"Suicide, of course! To live without the possibility of being a woman? Suicide in the first second! I'm lucky to have been born in this generation, which is possible and legitimate. It's better to die than not to be a woman. I'm grateful for every moment in my life that I've been given this right. Change is the only thing that leaves my body and soul in this world. Without him I wouldn't be here," she emphasized.

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Source: israelhayom

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