The Most Insane Surrender to the LGBT Mafia We’ve Seen to Date

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The medical information website Healthline has caved to pressure from transgender activists with an announcement that they will stop using the – ahem – controversial term “vagina” to describe a woman’s genitalia in their safe sex guides. Because this word apparently makes transgender “women” feel uncomfortable, Healthline has created a brand new term to make sure freaks of all genders feel included when reading their website.

“For the purposes of this guide, we’ll refer to the vagina as the ‘front hole’ instead of solely using the medical term ‘vagina,’” the website explained in a new LGBT safe sex guide. “This is gender-inclusive language that’s considerate of the fact that some trans people don’t identify with the labels the medical community attaches to their genitals.”

Is that so? Can we offer a rejoinder to that claim? How about…WHO GIVES A DAMN WHAT SOME PEOPLE “IDENTIFY” WITH? Why is it the medical community’s place to care whether a handful of extremely confused individuals “identify” with terms that have been in place for as long as any of us have been alive? Why does anyone need to “identify” with a label for their genitalia? Can’t you just read a document, understand what it is they’re talking about, and move on with your day? Why does everything need to have some imaginary offensiveness attached to it? AHHHRGHHH!

“For example,” the guide continues, “some trans and nonbinary-identified people assigned female at birth may enjoy being the receptors of penetrative sex, but experience gender dysphoria when that part of their body is referred to using a word that society and professional communities often associate with femaleness. An alternative that’s becoming increasingly popular in trans and queer communities is front hole.”

Oh so wait, we had it wrong. This is about women who no longer identify as women. But they still have a vagina. But they don’t want to call it that, because that reminds them that they are actually women, no matter what they might call themselves. For some reason, this is even more annoying than our original interpretation. Not sure why. Maybe it’s just the idea that a medical website is going out of its way to pander to people who think the very real, biological definitions of sex and gender are just a social construction they can defy because they “feel” a certain way about it. It’s absolutely ridiculous, insane, and, we dare say, is opening up a dangerous can of worms.