Jessica Alves, a 39-year-old trans woman from Brazil, talks about how her dating life has been "disappointing." The bombshell woman shared with DailyMail that people are "put off" when she starts talking about commitment and only want to sleep with her.
Jessica said that people are "intimidated" by her look and that had become another reason people are put off to date her.
Jessica AlvesJessica spent over £1 million to take over 80 surgeries, including a sex reassignment surgery in 2021, to finally become a woman. She came out as a trans in 2020 and changed her appearance completely into the bombshell she is now.
She shared, "I think that I tend to intimidate people due to my looks. But once they get to know me they see that I am a nice, kind soul."
"I get a lot of attention from men when I am out in public, on my Instagram and on my OnlyFans, but I am still a single woman," she added.
After tens of surgeries, she's decided to stop as she thought she had achieved the look that she wanted. But she still struggles to find a husband to build her family.
"It has been hard to find the Prince Charming who will eventually marry me and build a family with me. Most men that I have met are just after fun, and when I talk about having kids etc, they get put off."
She previously was seen with a love interest in Rome. But before that, she shared about her fling in Thailand with a different man.
Jessica AlvesShe remains single and searching. "I'm at the age of 39 and have completed my transition now - I am a fully female. Even my birth certificate has been updated, matching my name Jessica and my gender female, allowing me to get married in the Christian Catholic church - and that is my dream to have a princess wedding."
"I feel very blessed and fortunate to be who I was meant to be at birth. I love every single inch of my self and my being and I have being focusing on my personal life and discovering myself day by day as a woman."
She's also shared a new set of pictures from her photo shoot in a mini dress with crystals embedded and a silver statement necklace.
The FashionNova brand ambassador continued, " I feel ready to go back full time on television like I used to in the past, I feel beautiful and confident and I have a lot to share and offer to the world. We need to see more trans people on TV and in movies to normalise it and to show to the rest of the world that it is OK to be trans and that we are like any other women."
She'd previously suffered from depression from taking female hormones secretly without medical support which was exacerbated by alcohol intake.
Jessica AlvesShe added, "In the same year I was on Big Brother in Italy and the UK. I would love have a second chance to go back on the show and showcase to the world the new me!"