By Jonathon Van Maren
WARNING: Article contains graphic descriptions.
August 17, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Some days, it seems as if the transgender movement is actually trying to sound as unreasonable as humanly possible to ordinary people—that is, the sort of people who live their lives without once being offended at transphobic statements such as “only women can get pregnant.”
There’s also the dozens of new genders that nobody can name, of course, as well as the score or so of new pronouns that nobody has heard of—and that even those who have can barely use properly. And that’s not even to get into the genuinely dangerous phenomenon of children beginning the process of physical transition into the opposite gender. As one clever fellow noted on Twitter: “A transgender four-year-old is like a vegan cat. We all know who’s making the lifestyle choices.”
But as always, things can actually get stupider. One of the self-described “fastest growing health information sites” in the world servicing 85 million people a month, Healthline, has provided a “LGBTQIA Safe Sex Guide” (for those of you wondering about the latest letters in the rainbow alphabet soup, the “I” stands for intersex and the “A” stands for asexual, apparently.) Ironically, I saw it when an incredulous liberal posted a screenshot, noting that he had at first thought that he was reading satire. As it turns out, the word “vagina” is now falling into disfavor for being insufficiently “gender-inclusive”:
For the purposes of this guide, we’ll refer to the vagina as the “front hole” instead of solely using the medical term “vagina.” 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.
For example, some trans and nonbinary-identified people assigned female at birth may enjoy being the receptor 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.
For those of you who are too sane to understand that gibberish, let me break it down: Women who claim they are men, but are still anatomically female, feel that accurately labeling their genitals is problematic because they “don’t identify” with the medically correct terms. In other words, they accurately fear that if someone knows they have a “vagina,” those people will assume (quite safely) that they are female, when they have decided that they are not. And so a new, ludicrous term has been invented to ensure that not even correct terminology can bother their delusion: “Front hole.”
So far, most of the reaction on social media to this nonsense has been disbelief, irritation, and outright mockery—as I’ve written several times in this space, even many liberals simply cannot get on board with the incessant war on biology, language, and common sense that trans activists are waging in academia, the media, and the political arena. Their claims strain credulity, and it has become increasingly obvious that when their ideology butts up against reality, their response is to demand that reality be changed in order to conform to their beliefs. Thus if a woman who decides she is a man finds that having a vagina contradicts her decision, she can now announce that she doesn’t have a vagina—she has a “front hole.”