Woke Canadian Cancer Society Suggests Trans Women Should Talk to Their Doctor About Getting Screened for CERVICAL Cancer (Transwomen = Men = Do Not Have Cervices)

Woke Canadian Cancer Society Suggests Trans Women Should Talk to Their Doctor About Getting Screened for CERVICAL Cancer (Transwomen = Men = Do Not Have Cervices)

Talk about pandering to the delusions and insecurity of men who pretend to be women! Men do not have cervices.

Or are Canadians just not aware of that biological fact of life?
Woke Canadians: Stop re-defining words to validate transgender narcissism. Just tell them the truth: that their penile tissue is susceptible to HPV even if they get “bottom surgery.”
No need to re-label their inverted penis as a “cervix,” please.

(Link): Canadian Cancer Society warns transgender women about transphobia during screening for cervical cancer

The Canadian Cancer Society issued advice for transgender women worried about transphobia during cervical cancer screening.

The website for the organization had an entry for transgender women that garnered ridicule and mockery online after it was widely circulated.

(Link): Woke Canadian Cancer Society Suggests Trans Women Should Talk to Their Doctor About Getting Screened for CERVICAL Cancer

by Alyssa Guzman

The Canadian Cancer Society has recommended that transgender women should talk to their doctor about getting screened for cervical cancer.

Canada’s largest cancer charity, which is run by philanthropist Andrea Seale, said there is a ‘very small risk’ that transgender women can ‘develop cancer in the tissue used to create your vagina and cervix.’

The recommendation only extends to those who have had bottom surgery – a vaginoplasty – as those with male genitalia do not have a cervix, and therefore don’t run the risk of cervical cancers. A ‘neo-cervix,’ which can be made from penile skin, can contract human papillomavirus (HPV), which can lead to cancer and is leading cause of cervical cancer.

‘If you’re a trans woman and have not had bottom surgery, you aren’t at risk for cervical cancer,’ the Canadian Cancer Society wrote in an article.

‘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.’

The advice flies in the face of other cancer charities and healthcare providers. Britain’s National Health Service has told transgender women not to come for screenings as ‘you do not have a cervix.’ 

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.

As penile skin can contract HPV, this leads to transgender women having a chance of developing cancer in their neo-cervix, according to Medical News Today.

Both cis-gendered and transgender women can detect cervical cancer through pap smears.

However, not all healthcare systems and cancer organizations recommend transgender women receive cervical exams.

The NHS, the UK’s healthcare system, said that ‘if you are a trans woman or non-binary person assigned male at birth, you do not need cervical screenings as you do not have a cervix.’

However, the NHS does recommend screenings for transgender men and non-binary people who were ‘assigned female at birth’ and still have a cervix.

Cancer Research UK also reiterated this by saying ‘trans women do no have a cervix, so don’t need to consider taking part in cervical screenings.’  

‘You might hear the term ‘neo-cervix’ used to describe the tissue at the deepest part of the neo-vagina in trans women who have had vaginoplasty, a type of genital reconstructive surgery. This area is made of a different type of cells to the cervix in a cisgender woman,’ it’s website read.

However, it did not completely rule out the possibility of a transgender woman developing cancer in that region, writing: ‘The risk of cancer in this area for a trans woman is much lower than the risk of cervical cancer in a cis woman.’

Cancer can develop in any part of the body.

The American Cancer Society recommends screenings for ‘people with a cervix.’ The recommendation is similar to prostate cancer, which only cis-gendered men have, writing that only ‘people with a prostate’ should receive exams.

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