Category: Neovagina Disasters

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.


Neovagina smells terrible; SRS victim “not sure” if anyone can smell it while wearing clothes

This victim describes their neovagina as “funky foul” despite multiple attempts at washing per day. Unfortunately, washing will not help because (as posted earlier on this blog) neovaginas are a hotbed of bacteria which will not simply go away with a cleaning. It should be considered medical malpractice if a surgeon fails to inform SRS patients of the very likely risk of this sort of thing happening.


“The vaginal cavity is plenty of necrosis… I regret having gone through SRS.”

Wherever possible, I like to lead with the actual words typed by a victim of SRS. TRAs like to pretend that this is all made up by so-called “TERFs” to discourage trans people from undergoing SRS, but every screenshot posted on this blog came from a trans person who deeply regrets the surgery.

The story below details chronic pain and tissue necrosis – both common side-effects of SRS. The unique twist, though, is that these complications set in a year after the surgery. This proves that complications can occur at any time, even after you think that you’re “in the clear.” Is it really worth the risk?


“I feel like a freak. I feel like I have been disfigured.”

If you go to any trans forum and ask about SRS results, you will probably hear the “party line” that SRS results are almost always perfect and that not even a gynecologist can tell the difference. Unfortunately, those who actually undergo this surgery are confronted with a stark reality. In the below case, this SRS victim had two botched surgeries resulting in “near constant pain” and their “urethra permanently exposed.” It’s time to end this barbaric practice.


Fistula Feces Fiesta

One of the most common SRS complications is the fantastic, fabulous fistula – a hole that connects the neovagina canal directly to the poop chute. The male anatomy was never designed to have a canal tunnel there, so it’s likely for these to form. In the below instance, the SRS victim “farted” from their vagina and subsequently defecated out of their neovagina.

There were no follow-up posts, so we don’t know for sure, but there is a good likelihood that this individual is still pooping out of their neovagina.

This is the kind of story that TRAs want to silence.




SRS victim farts through their neovagina

One possible consequence of SRS in male-to-female transgenders is that a fistula (hole) may form between the neovagina and the rectum. This is because, of course, the male form was not designed to have a vagina. Consequently, this complication is all-too-frequent and is perhaps one of the worst complications for this surgery.

Some individuals will fart through their neovagina, as detailed in the screenshot below. Others, with a larger fistula, will actually defecate through the neovagina. I have one of those examples in my big book of SRS complications, but for now, read the following story and ask yourself – is this something I really want to experience?

Some promoters of SRS will say – “don’t worry, if you have a fistula, it can be closed by the surgeon.” Note that in the following story, the surgeon was unable to close the fistula and it has remained open for “almost a year.” Presumably, this fistula still exists, and this person is still farting through their neovagina.