Dr Michael Salzhauer better know to his followers as Dr Miami is finally hitting our TV screens this Friday on We TV @ 10PM EST. If you want it he can get it done natural and proportional. He is definitely the King when it comes to sculpting his “beauty warriors” as he commonly refers to all the ladies on their quest to a “perfect” voluptuous body.
If you are unfamiliar with this cosmetic surgeon, he is one of the best to do it. I first came across Dr Miami’s work on Instagram and was amazed at the wonderful work that he does. Of course with great success comes the hate along with it. Whether it was a peer who isn’t as animated and lovable, a man whose woman left him after Dr Miami gave her a banging body, or some disgruntled person who can not afford his services soon his posts were being flagged threatening his account deactivation. Being the delightful Dr that he is he made a second private page screening his followers as to prevent further flagging of his work then along came Snap Chat. The Dr and his staff were soon snapping their way thru the day without the worry of an account deactivation being able to fully show what his artistic work is about. Not only does he take you on his surgical journeys, but is quite the entertainer as well. He gets into his zone by bumping the latest hip hop tracks while in the OR and even inviting in some of the artists along with pioneers in the cosmetic industry into his kingdom. Some may criticize the way he does his job, but as long as he does it right and maintains his surgical environment I say Snap away.
Attitudes are shifting when it comes to responsibility and accountability. Democratic law makers are now gunning for a law that will make exposing a person/persons to HIV/AIDS a misdemeanor rather than being a felony. This law would also affect those who receive blood from blood banks, and sperm donors alike. Sen Scott Wiener (D) San Francisco argument is that…
“When you criminalize HIV or stigmatize people who have HIV, it encourages people not to get tested, to stay in the shadows, not to be open about their status, not to seek treatment”.
It seems like this senator has alterior motives concerning HIV/AIDS. Charlie Sheen famous actor who recently disclosed his status on being HIV+ recently did an interview saying there are many others in Hollywood that are living with the virus, but he “will not let their secret out.” Is this someway linked to this recent revalation? Is this law an attempt to assist Hollywood celebs from future claims? I’m sorry but I stand with the Republican party who are in opposition to this bill.
Being a direct health care worker and seeing partners not disclose their status to ones they claim they love is vendictive. It is no way okay or acceptable for someone to intentionally infect another person with HIV/AIDS and not be accountable for their actions, and a misdemeanor is not cutting it for me. Yes anyone engaging in sexual acts have a responsibiliyt to themselves and should take all measures to ensure that they are safe but what about a married couple? If your husband or wife intentionally infects you with a death sentence a slap on the wrist is not ok. Carrying a gun is legal but when ou use the gun to take someones life no difference with HIV/Aids, having it is not a crime, the crime is when you INTENTIONALLY infect another. PLease comment your thoughts.