Thursday, July 25, 2024

Canadian Cancer Society Offends Women By Choosing Words More Comfortable For Transgenders

The assault on women seems to be endless at this point. Everything from women’s sports to pageants are now being infiltrated by mentally ill men who want to pretend that they are female. This mind-boggling acceptance of perverse fantasy and the total denial of science cannot be allowed to continue by rational-thinking people.

Now, the Canadian Cancer Society has set a new floor for disrespecting women. This once-respected organization that is run by woke philanthropist Andrea Seale has apologized for using the word “cervix” instead of the more transgender-friendly but disgusting term “front hole.”

On a webpage dedicated to cervical cancer, Seale kowtowed to the LGBTQ community in the “words matter section,” stating:

“We recognize that many trans men and non-binary people may have mixed feelings about or feel distanced from words like “cervix.” 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.”

This statement is what I was referring to when I said that the Canadian Cancer Society had established a new floor in female disrespect. The organization clearly understands that only females have a cervix. Yet, they not only discriminate against women by changing logical terminology, but they blatantly lie and have the audacity to say that men can have these body parts, too.

The organization continues to embarrass itself. According to the Society, anyone with a cervix, “regardless of gender or sexual orientation,” should get regular cervical cancer screenings or pap smears by the age of 25. 

The non-profit organization emphasized that individuals should undergo screening every three years, regardless of whether they are taking 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.”

They also noted that healthcare providers “should help you understand the benefits and limitations of cancer screening. 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 charity noted that there are significant barriers faced by trans, non-binary, and gender-diverse individuals when accessing healthcare, including transphobia, discrimination, limited knowledge from healthcare providers, concerns about emotional and physical safety, and a lack of trans-specific resources. reached out to the Canadian Cancer Society for a statement. This is not the first instance the organization has expressed its stance on transgender women and cervical cancer.

In 2023, the non-profit recommended transgender women should consult with their doctor about receiving cervical cancer screening.

Canada’s largest cancer charity has stated that there is a “very small risk” for transgender women who have undergone bottom surgery (vaginoplasty) to develop cancer in the tissue used to create the vagina and cervix. This recommendation specifically applies to individuals who have had bottom surgery, as those with male genitalia do not have a cervix and are not at risk of developing cervical cancer.

A “neo-cervix,” which can be made from penile skin, can contract human papillomavirus (HPV), which may lead to cervical cancer. 

However, “If you’re a trans woman and have not had bottom surgery, you aren’t at risk for cervical cancer.” 

“If, however, you’re a trans woman who has had bottom surgery to create a vagina (vaginoplasty) and possibly a cervix, there’s a very small risk that you can develop cancer in the tissues of your neo-vagina or neo-cervix.” 

According to the Society, both penile skin and the skin in the female reproductive system are susceptible to developing cancer due to the presence of human papillomavirus (HPV). HPV is a sexually transmitted disease that can be contracted through vaginal, anal, or oral sex. However, the HPV vaccine is estimated to be more than 90 percent effective, according to experts.

So, let’s recap: the Canadian Cancer Society denigrates women by changing the terminology of a legitimate female body part, the “cervix,” to the vulgar name of the “front hole.” Then, they legitimize the surgical mutilation of this insanity.

The Cancer Society is supposed to protect against and prevent the spread of cancer whenever possible. They have been derelict in that duty. By not condemning this type of surgery and instead strictly warning people that “bottom surgery” may lead to its development, they are complicit in any catastrophic results.

It’s infuriating that this madness is not only allowed to continue but is essentially greenlit by organizations like the Canadian Cancer Society.  

The next time anyone is seeking a charity to donate to, you may be better off looking elsewhere. This one seems to have its priorities confused.