Did Nicole Maines Get Plastic Surgery?
We have listed all plastic surgeries Nicole Maines has and has not done. Could plastic surgery be her secret weapon? Below are the rumors, plastic surgery facts, and more!
A transgender actress from America, Nicole Maines was assigned male at birth but after realizing that she is transgender, chose the name Nicole after a character in the hit TV series, Zoey 101. She first gained nationwide attention through a legal case in which she sued the school for banning her from using the girl’s washroom. Nicole ultimately won the case and was awarded $75,000. Later she was subject to a book titled, Becoming Nicole: The Transformation of an American Family and also appeared in the HBO documentary, The Trans List which highlighted the personal stories of being a transgender. In 2018, it was announced that Nicole Maines will star in The CW series Supergirl as Nia Nal / Dream Girl which makes her the first transgender TV superhero ever.
Plastic Surgery Facts
A few days later, she officially became Nicole Amber Maines. In July 2015, Maines had gender-affirming surgery in Philadelphia, a month after graduating from high school. Maines attended high school at Portland, Maine’s Waynflete School, and attended the University of Maine alongside her brother Jonas.
Take a look at the table below. It shows whether or not Nicole Maines went under the knife for different kinds of plastic surgery procedures.
|Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)||N/A|
Plastic Surgery Pictures
Can you tell from the photos whether Nicole Maines' body and face are natural?
Nicole Maines Quotes
"I am transgender. I knew that I was for as long as I can remember."
"There are infinite combinations that people can experience, because no two people are alike, and no two people's identities should be expected to be alike. I mean, we see it in fashion: one size does not fit all. And I think it's, you know, completely ridiculous that we've expected people's identities to be one size fits all."
"When I was first trying to explain to my parents that I was really a girl, my father didn't know what to do. He had these preconceived notions about what his family was going to be like, and when I didn't fit into those notions, he just ignored what I was trying to tell them before he really came around."
"Historically, we have seen cis men play trans women and vice versa. That casting breaks through the fourth wall, and it gives people the message that trans people are being played by cis men in real life, which is where we get this idea of men in dresses."
"I would say my brother got lucky with me. Because we grew up with only boy neighbors, I developed a liking to shoot-'em-up and military video games. I could have come out a lot girlier."