A University of Miami surgeon who appeared on ‘I Am Jazz’ has been fired for posting graphic images of patients’ genitals on Instagram.
Dr. Christopher Salgado was a section chief at UHealth’s LGBTQ Center for Wellness, Gender, and Sexual Health.
The University of Miami wrote in a statement that they are dedicated to supporting the diversity of their students and faculty and have no tolerance for transphobia.
A plastic surgeon who consulted with TLC star Jazz Jennings on an episode of her show, I am Jazz, has been fired from the University of Miami Health System after posting photos of transgender patients’ genitals on Instagram.
Christopher John Salgado, M.D., had served as a section chief of UHealth’s LGBTQ Center for Wellness, Gender, and Sexual Health. After Dr. Salgado allegedly shared graphic images of patients’ who’d undergone gender-reassignment surgery—including a removed penis shaped into a heart on Valentine’s Day (with the caption, “There are many ways to show your LOVE”)—transgender advocates petitioned the American College of Surgeons to get involved, the Miami Herald reported. According to trans-support org The Trans Advocate, Dr. Salgado may have started posting images as early as October 2018, including one of a dildo that had been removed from a patient’s anus with derogatory hashtags like #rectumraiders and #realdicksmatter.
His Instagram (@sexsurgeon) has since been deleted.
In a written statement, UHealth spokeswoman Lisa Worley announced that Dr. Salgado is no longer employed by the university. “The University of Miami is committed to promoting and supporting diversity in its students, faculty, and staff and finds any transphobic comments unacceptable,” she wrote.
To think that a surgeon who was supposed to be not only helping, but also looking out for an already stigmatized minority could have violated patients’ privacy like this is, for lack of a better word, disgusting.
One can only hope that behind closed doors, his patients received the care and judgment-free zone that they deserved.
Marissa Gainsburg Marissa Gainsburg is the senior editor at Women’s Health, where she oversees the magazine’s news-meets-trends Warm Up section and Love & Life section.
“Selfie” is never considered as a cause of death. Be that as it may, in the course of recent years, they have been at the focal point of an expanding measure of lethal accidents.
We concentrated such cases that outcomes to death in view of taking a shitty distinctive selfie and we saw that there have been no less than 49 selfie-related deaths since 2016
Boneheads, you might think. That could never transpire. Would like to think not, but rather don’t be too certain.
Social locales clients. It is remunerating for people seeing the number of preferences and constructive remarks, and this further impacts them to post interesting pictures which may likewise include enjoying hazardous conduct to click selfies.
Nations In which such cases for the most part Occurs are:
Lebanon A 15-year-old kid was slaughtered by a prepare while posturing for a selfie on the tracks.
India Mumbai is by all accounts especially perilous for individuals taking selfies. Just a month ago, a 17-year-old understudy suffocated in the city in the wake of attempting to take a photo on the seafront. Priti Pise had been so worried about catching a selfie on her cell phone that she didn’t see a gigantic wave, which smashed onto the promenade and conveyed her to the ocean.
Russia A 21-year-old lady asked a security watch at her office to give her a 9-millimeter elastic slug gun for taking a selfie and coincidentally shot herself in the head, managing substantial.
Spain A man was gutted to death in the yearly bull-running celebration in the town of Villaseca de la saga while attempting to take a selfie with a bull.
America Three youngsters (two sisters and a companion) were murdered by a prepare while posturing for a selfie, which is only obvious in the last picture they presented on the social website.
By and large, the scientists faulted the lethal pictures for visitors and young people making a decent attempt to “be cool” and take pictures that will accumulate likes and remarks via web-based networking media. To battle the pattern, they suggest that authorities in different nations proclaim “no selfie zones” in unsafe touring territories, for example, along waterways, mountaintops, and the highest points of tall structures. The main source was suffocating, for the most part from individuals getting hit by waves or dropping out of pontoons. Different causes included falling, electric shock, creatures and being hit by vehicles or some type of transportation.
Approximately 1.5 years ago there was a rumor that was so crazy that it couldn’t be true. Like, it just couldn’t be true because it was so crazy. That rumor was that Taylor Swift was being carried around in a suitcase to avoid being seen by paparazzi.
At that time I, a serious investigative journalist, did a serious journalistic investigation into whether or not the rumor was true. And while there was strong evidence that it was in fact not just a rumor, but FACT…
…such as one of her security guards carefully towing this big ol’ suitcase out of her apartment…
I still could not declare a definitive answer. I mean, as much as I wanted to believe it, it just didn’t seem real. I didn’t feel lucky enough to have such amazing celebrity news bestowed on me. But that was until now. Because lordt almighty Zayn Malik has just cracked this (suit)case wide open!!!!!!!! In an interview with Vogue at one point in the conversation Zayn randomly says this:
Which means that as the best friend’s boyfriend, Zayn would most definitely have intel on this. Which means that I must take what he says as gospel and that it is true, TAYLOR REALLY WAS IN A SUITCASE.