See photos of the professor who spent millions on transforming himself into a woman

At worst, LGBTQ acts can only or may only be done in an animal world, but even in that realm, animals can tell the difference between their genders (males and females).

Habeeb Babatunde Lawal, better known as Noni Salma, is a Nigerian transgender woman who was born and raised in Isale-Eko, Lagos, and is a member of the LGBTQ community.

Babatunde Lawal, as he was then known, is a Nigerian art historian and academic. His research focuses on Yoruba graphic culture and its influence in the United States. He is currently a Professor of Art History at the University of Virginia in the British Commonwealth.

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Noni began her transformation in the United States when she enrolled in the New York Film Academy. The professor soon concluded his film studies and began making his own films.

In recognition of her Ph.D. thesis at NYFA, Morning After Midnight, she was awarded the First Treasure Student Film Festival Award. In addition, she produced and directed the thrilling short documentary The Curtain of Silence, which debuted in March 2014 at the BFI Flare London LGBT Film Festival in London, England, and was nominated for several other awards.

below are his photos, before and after transforming himself from a man to a woman;

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