Canadian Cancer Society apologizes for using scientific term “cervix” that some trans people find offensive because they are delusional
06/11/2024 // Cassie B. // Views

In the latest example of LGBT insanity, the Canadian Cancer Society apologized for using the term “cervix” – a legitimate and widely used scientific term – to refer to the actual part of a woman’s body known as the cervix rather than using the allegedly more politically correct term “front hole.”

That’s right – they felt the need to apologize for using a technical term rather than the made-up and somehow less offensive “front hole” when answering a question about cervical cancer screening.

On their website, they published the following question: “As a trans man or non-binary person assigned female at birth, do I need to get screened for cervical cancer?”

Beneath it, readers are greeted by a bizarre apologetic footnote in which they explain that they didn’t want to offend people who have "mixed feelings" about the official scientific term.

“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,” they noted in their explanation.

It is strange to think that women pretending to be men (or men pretending to be women) would somehow feel “distanced” from the word cervix, which is not even inherently feminine and comes from the Latin term for neck. This, by the way, is also why the neck area of the spinal cord is known as the “cervical spine.” And rather than being a “hole,” a woman’s cervix is a cylindrical tube connecting the uterus to the vagina. This is one of those cases where one has to wonder if people are just looking for any excuse to be offended.

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Dr. Kim Greene-Liebowitz wrote on X: “If you can’t call body parts by their actual names, you really don’t deserve to have any role in health and medicine. This is pathetic, shameful, and disrespectful.”

Others questioned whether worrying about these matters is really the best use of cancer organizations’ time and energy. X user Cecile Shaw wrote: "So comforting to know that (Canadian) tax (dollars) are going to non-profit content like this. Instead of stuff like … more doctors, cancer treatment and diagnostic imaging machines.”

Is "front hole" really better than "cervix"?

If we put aside the many logical reasons that “front hole” is more analogous to a vagina than a cervix and the many reasons there is no need to call a cervix by anything other than its medical name, there is another matter to address: the fact that lots of women find the term “front hole” even more offensive than “cervix.” Indeed, some women’s rights activists have already gone on the record as saying that using this term to refer to the vagina is derogatory. But apparently the feelings of trans individuals deserve greater protection than those of actual women.

For example, writer Julie Burchill wrote why she considers “trans-inducive language” to be “dehumanising women” in Spiked.

“Both ‘bonus hole’ and ‘front hole’ are recommended as trans-friendly alternatives to vagina. Trans ideologues have long tried to erase or appropriate any word that is specific to females – from woman to mother and now vagina. And they have gained a foothold in our schools and in our media. Now gynaecological-health providers are swallowing the stupid pills, too,” she wrote.

Of course, we wouldn’t expect anything less from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Canada, where minors are being pushed to “transition” to other genders and laws are being introduced to “protect” this madness. When the Canadian Security Intelligence Service claims in an official report that people who believe that an individual can only be a man or a woman could pose a “violent threat,” it’s not surprising that organizations like the Canadian Cancer Society are so worried about coming across as sympathetic to the sensitivities of transgender people.

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