Incident Report – December 3rd 20–

Description: Experiment involving SCP 113 approved in order to investigate affects of anomaly on a male subject shown to be entirely stable in his gender identity. Dr. ——– observed and conducted the experiment. Subject is unaware of experiment’s nature.

Subject: Mark ————, hereafter known as D-1834.
Age: 25
Psychological Health: Stable in gender identity, [Restricted]Past exposure to other SCP’s: [Restricted]

00:01- Subject was exposed to SCP-113 and followed the anticipated stages of exposure. The anomaly (which resembles a small, polished piece of red jasper) immediately attached to D-1834’s skin and began secreting chemicals and emitting the anticipated electromagnetic wave throughout the subject’s body. Vital signs at this stage remained optimal.

00:02- Subject began the transformative stage of exposure. However, D-1834’s transformation differed slightly from previous subjects in the fact that his age seemed to decrease as his biological gender did. His hair lengthened as his body shrunk, and small breasts grew as his genitalia reverted to a female equivalent. D-1834’s screams from the reportedly extremely painful process changed over time, becoming more and more high pitched as the experiment progressed. The subject’s clothing also changed to match that of a normal (if somewhat troubled) teenage female, a change that, like the regression in age, has not been seen in previous exposures, possibly due to past exposure to SCP —- or —-.

D-1834 will hereafter be referred to as she.

00:05- Transformation complete. Subject collapsed and immediately began to cry and panic. Psychiatric personnel present were unable to calm her down. Subject was restrained and isolated in a containment chamber and will be kept under surveillance, most importantly suicide watch. No objects will enter D-1834’s cell that do not meet the safety guidelines set forth in the suicide prevention protocol.

00:06- Experiment concluded.

Conclusion: Subject D-1834 continues to show signs of emotional grief and being constantly physically uncomfortable. Interactions with psychiatric staff have yielded long winded emotional ranting, some of which is completely incomprehensible. Unstable emotions determined to be a combination of the sudden change in gender and the natural emotional strife a female of her age would experience.

Official Experiment Results: [Restricted]

Continued observation is required. Upon the restoration of emotional stability, D-1834 will be allowed to resume her position prior to the incident, so long as she passes appropriate aptitude tests to determine that her intelligence has not diminished.

End of Report.


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