Item #: SCP-430
Object Class: Safe
Special Containment Procedures: SCP-430 may be safely stored in a locked safe-deposit box at Site 19's High Value Item Storage Facility. Standard positive-action defenses (explosive, chemical, biological, and memetic) are to be in place at all times, according to standard operating procedure.
As neither SCP-430 unit represents a danger to any individuals, personnel may utilize SCP-430 with prior approval.
Update: As SCP-430-1 apparently considers the presence of a fetus a "modification to genitalia," SCP-430 is no longer to be utilized by pregnant female personnel.
Description: SCP-430 consists of two units: both are a pair of cotton women's panties with a cartoon cat printed on the left hip. One unit is white and is designated SCP-430-1. The other, black, is designated SCP-430-2.
SCP-430 has an unusual effect upon any person wearing it. The white garment, SCP-430-1, will restore any surgical or injurious modification made to the wearer's genitalia: this includes circumcision and clitoridectomies/female genital cutting. In females, the hymen will become imperforate (duplicating a rare but naturally occurring anatomical anomaly in which the hymenal opening is nonexistent), requiring minor surgical intervention to avoid trauma. The process generally takes around ten seconds from the donning of the garment.
SCP-430-2 has no effect upon a non-virgin female or a circumcised male. Uncircumcised males, however, will have their foreskin painlessly removed: the excised skin dissolves into dust upon completion of the process. Females with imperforate or intact hymen will have their hymenal opening enlarge painlessly.
Addendum 1: SCP-430 was retrieved from ███ ███████ ██████ Catholic Girls' High School on ██-██-████. Item was being used by female students there before and/or after sexual activity for religious reasons. Item was first brought to the attention of the Foundation by Sister ████ ██████████, who heard rumors of the items' existence from several students.
How the items were originally obtained is unknown: witnesses report that a student, Genevieve Watkins, originally purchased them from a mail order catalog of unknown origin. No trace of Ms. Watkins, the catalog, or any other SCP-430 units have been found to date.
Addendum 2: Needless to say, Dr. Bright is to stay at least 500 feet from SCP-430 at all times. - Clef