Canuck cancer charity beclowns itself with apology for not using trans-friendly term ‘front hole’

The Canadian Cancer Society literally groveled before the transgender community claiming they use the term “cervix” as opposed to “front hole” for simplicity’s sake, because evidently men can have one too.

Philanthropist Andrea Seale, who runs the cancer organization, gave the uber-woke nod to the LGBTQ+ community on a page that is dedicated to cervical cancer, something a transgender cannot possibly get. She genuflected under the “Words matter” section, according to the Daily Mail.

“The non-profit said that ‘many’ non-binary people and transgender men have ‘mixed feelings’ or ‘feel distanced’ from the term cervix,” the media outlet reported.

“You may prefer other words, such as ‘front hole.’ We recognize the limitations of the words we’ve used while also acknowledging the need for simplicity. Another reason we use words like ‘cervix’ is to normalize the reality that men can have these body parts too,” the society claimed in a statement overlooking the fact that a constructed “hole” is not an actual cervix.

The cervix is the lower part of the uterus that connects to the vagina. Cervical cancer occurs when cells form inside it.

According to the Daily Mail, cervical cancer is caused most of the time by a sexually transmitted infection, the human papillomavirus (HPV). As with any other cancer, it is treated with radiation, chemotherapy, drugs, and sometimes surgery.

The Canadian Cancer Society is insanely insisting that “regardless of gender or sexual orientation” you should get a regular cervical cancer screening or pap smear by the age of 25. They also contend you should get screened every three years whether you take testosterone or not.

“It’s important to tell your healthcare provider if you are taking testosterone because this can cause changes to cervical tissue that can affect your test results,” the charity ridiculously states.

The charity also wants healthcare providers to confirm that someone is a gender they are not, “They should affirm your gender and perform any tests in a way that reduces your discomfort and any feelings of gender dysphoria you may have as much as possible.”

The organization has done this before. They tried it in 2023 stating that there is a “very small risk” that transgenders can “develop cancer in the tissue used to create your vagina and cervix.”

Promoting the fact that a constructed cervix, which is not an actual one, can get cervical cancer, the charity also pointed out, “A ‘neo-cervix,’ which can be made from penile skin, can contract human papillomavirus (HPV), which can lead to cervical cancer.”

“The Canadian society says neo-cervixes are at risk of developing cancer as both penile skin and skin found in the female reproductive system can contract human papillomavirus (HPV), which can lead to cancer. HPV is a sexually transmitted disease that can be contracted through vaginal, anal, or oral sex,” the Daily Mail wrote.

Words do matter… penile skin could develop cancer but that does not make it cervical cancer.

Social media commentary was off the charts and blunt:


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