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How extreme surgery unleashed model Sophie Anderson’s inner Cock Destroyer


TextDominic Cadogan

We catch with one half of the sex-positive internet sensations on her 32KKK breasts, the nuances of cosmetic procedures, and where her confidence comes from

If you’ve been on Twitter in the past year or so, you’ll have come across the Cock Destroyers – porn/model duo Rebecca More and Sophie Anderson – whose indomitable (emphasis on Dom) presence is solidified in four simple words: ‘We’re Fucking Cock Destroyers’. 

Naturally, the pair became internet sensations and gay icons overnight – thanks to their peroxide blonde hair, giant breasts, and bright red oversized lips, as well as their openness and positivity around being sexual beings. That’s without even mentioning Sophie’s ultimate bop, “Driving for Dick”. 

“I have a real positive outlook on everyone being exactly who they want to be – gay, straight, bisexual, be who you are,” Anderson tells us. “Over the years, my confidence sexually has grown and grown and I want to show the younger generation who might struggle that, ‘Babes, don’t give two fucks what people think and just be yourself’.”

Despite her confidence now, Sophie wasn’t always living her best, cock-destroying life. In fact, as a teenager, her small frame and breasts left her very unhappy. Pursuing cosmetic surgery from the age of 18 has been a journey to get to her current gargantuan 32KKK trophies. 

Here, we discuss with Anderson what her journey was to becoming the Cock Destroyer she is today.

Where do you get your confidence from?

Sophie Anderson: I have two personas, my normal at home – let’s say mumsy – who is loving and caring. Then, I have Sophie Anderson, the outrageous, awesome Cock Destroyer and I love having both them. I use the confidence from Sophie, her ‘I don’t give a fuck’ attitude which I love. 

Is it something you've always had? 

Sophie Anderson: It’s not something I’ve always had, at school I was the loner, a bit of an outcast and I always felt different. Now, I use this to my advantage and I also use my experiences to show everyone that you can be anything you want to be and use all that hurt in the past to make something positive and creative. 

When did you first consider getting cosmetic surgery?

Sophie Anderson: I remember wanting to get cosmetic surgery when I was 18 years old. I was watching porn and I always loved the fake look. I was watching Michelle Thorne – one of my idols – and now I work with her. My breasts were a AA at the time and I was thin and had very little breast tissue. I knew the look I wanted was the very, very fake stuck-on look. 

“My dream was to have the most fake-looking breasts in the UK. It’s nothing to do with anybody else, it’s just the way I feel. I know a lot of people actually hate them, but it’s not about them, it’s about how I feel and how I look at myself. I want to feel great in me” – Sophie Anderson 

What made you pursue cosmetic surgery? 

Sophie Anderson: It was the way I felt about my body that made me want to change it. I would look at porn girls and knew it was what I wanted. My dream was to have the most fake-looking breasts in the UK – very, very big. 

It’s nothing to do with anybody else, it’s just the way I feel. I know a lot of people actually hate them, but it’s not about them, it’s about how I feel and how I look at myself. I want to feel great in me. 

How many procedures have you had currently? 

Sophie Anderson: I’ve had five breast enlargements, two nose ops, and I get Botox and lip fillers frequently. 

Can you tell us a bit more about your breast enlargements? 

Sophie Anderson: The first two breast enlargements I had with Transform over here in the UK; I went from a 34AA to DD cup which was great, but they were too natural-looking for me. I then went back a year later and went from a 34DD to 34G, but unfortunately, it did not go to plan, the implants met in the middle and I had a severe uni-boob. At this time I couldn’t afford to go and get it sorted so I was stuck with them and went into a deep depression. At the time, I had a lot going on in my life so I just lived day-to-day. It took eight years until I thought: ‘No, this needs sorting’ so I did it. 

How did your process differ from the previous two procedures? 

Sophie Anderson: I searched on the internet on breast forums for doctors, but nobody would see me in the UK and give me what I was looking for. I reached out to Dr Revis, south Florida plastic surgeon, and then I saved the money and went over there – I knew it was the positive boost I needed to change my life around and my mental health. Dr Revis fixed my uni-boob and put bigger fake implants in, so I went from a horrible G cup with no cleavage to an amazing H cup. Then in January last year, I went back and expanded from a 32H to 32J. Then this year in January, I went to my biggest size from 32J to 32KKK. I’m now 2,400cc in each breast. Dr Revis was the only person who really listened to me and what I wanted, he’s amazing. 

How did getting surgery impact your confidence/self-esteem?

Sophie Anderson: I definitely think that it’s helped my self esteem as I feel differently in myself now. 

Do you find that people treat you differently? 

Sophie Anderson: I feel like I get a lot more hate towards me, rather than positive people to be honest. I can be out at the shops food shopping and I get hateful comments like ‘slag’ or somebody the other day shook their head in disgust at me. It only makes me stronger though. In fact, I use that hate and change it in a positive energy in myself. 

What would you say to those who argue that people who undergo cosmetic procedures are damaging their mental health? 

Sophie Anderson: This is a great question! I myself want to look a certain way and I know I can do this, so why not? Why not change myself if it’s going to make me feel better in myself? As for damaging, it’s not, not to me anyway. I feel happy with my body when I wake up. I don’t drink or take drugs and I want to do things that will benefit me personally, as well as glamour and porn shoots. 

“I get a lot more hate, rather than positive people to be honest. I can be out at the shops food shopping and I get hateful comments like ‘slag’ or somebody the other day shook their head in disgust at me. It only makes me stronger though” – Sophie Anderson 

What advice would you give to others looking to get cosmetic surgery but not sure where to start?

Sophie Anderson: I’ll be honest, I was 18 when I went to my first consultation and did it straight away. They didn’t listen to what I really wanted to achieve and so I suffered the consequences of my actions.

I then researched on breast forums for my third and that was the best thing to do. To be honest, I wouldn’t go in this country for surgery, I’ve found that America is the best place for me. 

What kind of risks/dangers should they be aware of?  

Sophie Anderson: There are risks with everything, with surgery there are risks too. Your doctor should definitely go through this with you. Health checks and bloods should be done beforehand. You do exactly what you want to do with your body, but know that it’s definitely what you want. Sometimes you can’t go back, so be confident it’s the best for you. 

What are your plans for the future?

Sophie Anderson: My plans for the future are definitely to keep on pushing forward. This year, Rebecca More and myself have many Cock Destroyer performances coming up at Pride all over the UK, Ireland, and Scotland. I’ve also got many porn shoots coming up. 

My plans with surgery is butt surgery next January for the look I want to achieve. So excited for all the things coming up this year, I love my porn life!

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