Scissors by Simon McHardy and Sean Hawker
Daphne hates her penis. When the National Health Service denies her an operation to remove the offensive organ she takes matters into her own hands. Some cocks won't go down without a bloody fight though.
Started out fairly tame… felt a little sick by the end!
Move over rats, haunted cars, and move over S. King...step in Mchardy/Hawker
I went into this knowing this duo was extreme and this tale had me at the first line. The story has an extreme, haunting realism with McHardy/Hawker's usual splatter nature. Not recommended for weak stomach or soft-minded people, but highly recommended for the voyeur into a lifestyle that some in this blindfolded world will never understand. Great job! I look forward to more!
Look, By This Point You Should Know What You're Getting Into When You See Either of These Two Reprobates Names...
*Sees new title on Godless.com* A story called "Scissors" by McHardy and the Hawkman? Oh dear gawd... *Reads description* Awww GAWWDD... *Reads story* Yep, that was definitely a McHardy and Hawker tale. Fuck me...
DIY - if you want a job done right, do it yourself.
Sliced and Diced, But Not So Nice
When the National Health Service rejects a trans femme her request to have a vaginoplasty performed, Daphne's state of mind takes one hell of a hit. Already prone to self-harm and taking her frustrations out on herself, this blow might be the last straw. But what happens if the offending penis doesn't want to go without a fight? What follows is both heartbreaking and ridiculously gruesome, as one might expect from the pairing of Simon McHardy and Sean Hawker. In true McHardy and Hawker fashion, these two provide a graphic and absurdly over-the-top argument in favor of gender reassignment surgeries being more readily available to those suffering from gender dysphoria. Of course, this is not for the squeamish. As strange as it might seem, I almost think this should be recommended to anyone with transgender friends or family, or those hoping to understand why it's important to treat transgender health concerns (both mental and physiological) as seriously as any others.