Roxanne Edwards Is Superhuman
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"All I am is muscle and eyes and teeth and some abs. That’s it!"
What made me start working out is I wanted to look good naked. Now I look good naked. What makes you think that I’m gonna put clothes on it so that you can’t tell that I look good naked?
Are you insane?
How is that possible that everyone thinks I’m great except the people who should think I’m great?
So you’re not going to be stronger because you use a steroid. You were already strong before you started. A steroid just allows you to do it for a longer time so you’re able to create more muscle. Now in terms of myself, yeah I have, and the ones that I’ve used were to make me harder on stage. Twwiiice as hard!—so where I’m just gonna be see through; you’re looking at my lungs on stage.
All I am is muscle and eyes and teeth and some abs. That’s it!
Peeled is when you look at me and you can see right through me. You can look at stuff on me and see the fibers in the muscle moving underneath my skin.
You have those who absolutely adore what I do and like who I am and like what I embody. Then you have the other side of the public, which can’t wrap their thoughts around it at all.
I’m not putting a handcuff on your potential. The only person doing that is you. I just chose to unshackle mine.
I know some very unique looking women, all across the spectrum, and when I say unique looking women I mean unique women period. Drag queens, transvestites, body builders, you name it, the whole gamut and they are quite elegant and just amazingly feminine without having to have not one breast amongst them.
In terms of superhuman, not so much. I’m just a more open version of human.
You’re gonna be a magnificent human being!
The world is set up to tell you what you can’t do, who you can’t be, and what you can’t look like. Your job on this planet is to tell them who you are, why you’re here, and what you’re capable of doing.