MUCUS MONDAY: Neovagina spitting out hard balls of “colon mucus”

This SRS victim beseeches their fellow “colon girls” for advice – what should they do about these hard colon mucus balls that their neovagina regularly ejects? Personally, I don’t know. That sounds horrific. It’s almost like tonsil stones, but for the neovagina. This is what some people pay five figures for. Can you believe this surgery is even legal?

You’ll notice that they posted a picture of the “mucus balls.” I added a link underneath the screenshot, but please… think before you click. You can’t unsee it.


“The bloody bubble that’s protruding is actually my clit… I almost threw up all over the room.”

Welcome to 2021! I hope you had a good New Years, because I’m about to ruin it with another neovagina mishap. In this story, a SRS victim mistakes what is supposed to be their “clit” for surgical packing. Because, as we all know, that’s what a clitoris looks like – surgical packing. Actually, it doesn’t, but this underscores just how unnatural the results of SRS are.


Shredded Neovagina (NOT SAFE FOR LIFE)

Years ago, I saw a shock site (probably rotten.com) that featured a man who blew his head off with a shotgun. It was a scarring moment, especially because the URL was disguised as a prank and I had no idea what I was clicking on. Anyway, I never forgot how that looked. The neovagina photo linked below has a similar vibe. You’ll have to click the link below to open the image. Do so at your own risk.


“I’m still trying to figure out how to live with the trauma of my surgery… most of my clitoris necrotized and fell off… I’m so sick and tired of what my life has become because of this surgery.”

Anyone who has browsed a trans community for more than five minutes knows that there is a strong desire to censor critical or negative information, including SRS complications. One of the slogans you will see time and time again is that “not even a gynecologist” can tell the difference between a neovagina and a real vagina:

This is simply untrue, and many SRS victims learn the hard way that the surgery will cause irreversible damage. Below, you will see a story from one SRS victim detailing the horrific impact that this surgery had on their life – even to the extent that they begged for assisted suicide twice. This is the kind of story that Reddit wanted to censor back when I ran the /r/NeovaginaDisasters subreddit. Do you think that voices like these need to be heard? I guess the trans community doesn’t.


“I have had obvious tissue necrosis… this doesn’t even look like a vagina.”

Transgender people are often led to believe that a neovagina is indistinguishable from the real deal. After surgery, they have two options: come to the stark realization that a neovagina is not even comparable, or live in denial. Below, you’ll find a story from an SRS victim who chose the former. Imagine saving money for years, spending five figures, enduring massive pain and castration, only to have your hopes shattered by the baseball bat of reality. This is why I run this blog – hopefully the next SRS victim will think twice about buying into the scam.


A Necrosis Double Feature

Necrosis has to be one of the scariest outcomes of SRS. Imagine looking down and realizing that part of your genitalia is rotting and falling off – that’s what necrosis is. In fact, you might smell it before you see it, as necrotic tissue is literally dead flesh which will rot in the same manner as a dead body. Necrosis is commonly complained about, and it’s common for neovaginas to go necrotic. Below, you will find two short accounts of this absolutely horrifying condition.

The first story involves a “clit” which may have rotted and fallen off. The damage is so significant that the author isn’t really sure if it was the “clit” or another chunk of the neovagina which rotted and sloughed off. Can you believe this surgery is even legal?


One side-effect of SRS: Hairballs

One slang term for a vagina is a “pussy”, but maybe some SRS surgeons took that cat analogy a little too literally – neovaginas can develop hairballs, which collect debris and bacteria and contribute to the rotten smell experienced by many SRS victims.

The story below is just one example of an SRS victim discovering this unfortunate side-effect the hard way.


Extremely botched and brutally infected neovagina (NOT SAFE FOR LIFE)

Now that I’m completely stuffed with turkey and cranberry sauce, I thought I might post something absolutely terrible. Under the cut below (you have to click the link or hit “Download”), you will see a seriously botched SRS result. For those who don’t want to click the link, this particular SRS job features a neovagina cavity which seems to extend all the way “up”, as well as legendary amounts of pus and infection. I’m not sure what exactly is going on in the picture, but this is the kind of horror that an SRS victim can be confronted with after hearing the common lie that “not even a gynecologist can tell the difference.” Well, can YOU tell the difference?


“Does this look normal?” (NOT SAFE FOR LIFE)

If you’re eating dinner, you’ll want to skip this image.

Curious to see the real-life results of this barbaric surgery? Well, I’m about to satisfy your curiosity, but I want you to understand that what you’re going to see will haunt your nightmares for as long as you live.

This SRS victim asks, “does this look normal?” Decide for yourself. You’ll need to hit the “download” button to see the image.


“I hear her sobbing and screaming and run in to find blood pooled under her… Bowers met us at the ER, pushed the prolapse back in.”

Very few surgeons perform SRS, and one of the most well-known surgeons is Dr. Bowers. The SRS victim in the story below endured a horrific experience in which their Bowers SRS neovagina prolapsed in a shower of blood. The story speaks for itself, so read on below.