Healthline website to stop using word “vagina” due to gender inclusiveness… the new term? “Front Hole”

Referring to lower-female-exclusive genitalia as a “vagina” is no longer allowed in LGBT land, where radical transgender extremists have reportedly convinced the nation’s most trafficked online health journal to start calling it a “front hole” instead.

Claiming that the word “vagina” is gender “non-inclusive,” the LGBT mafia – or what we’re apparently going to have to start referring to as the LGBTQIAFrontHole+ mafia – has decided that calling this female reproductive organ by its actual name is now “offensive,” and that using crudely nondescript “front hole” terminology is preferable and more “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,'” the Healthline website announced. “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.”

Calling it a “vagina” is causing more AIDS among LGBTQIA people, claims Healthline

Not only do LGBTQIAFrontHolers find the term “vagina” to be “offensive,” but the word itself is also somehow responsible for causing more cases of HIV, AIDS, and other sexually-transmitted diseases (STDs) in non-heterosexual people. This is according to Healthline, anyway, which claims that using the term “front hole” instead will lead to safer sex.

Healthline has claimed health disparities and higher rates of HIV and STIs observed in LGBTQIA communities are due to discrimination in the sex ed world,” reports

“So, the California based health information provider has adopted the gender-inclusive term ‘front hole’ in place of the medical term, ‘vagina’ in their latest LGBTQIA safe sex guide.”

LGBTQIAFrontHole mental illness has reached unspeakable proportions

Healthline further adds that some “nonbinary-identified people” who were born with a vagina don’t like the term because it’s one “that society and professional communities often associated with femaleness.”

“An alternative that’s becoming increasingly popular in trans and queer communities is front hole,” it explains.

In other words, if the LGBTQIAFrontHole community doesn’t like a particular word, phrase, or cultural norm, then it has to be forcibly changed for everyone in order to pacify this mentally-deranged subset of society, which might just snap if the world stops revolving around him, her, “zim,” “front hole,” or whatever it or zey decides itselves (?) wants to be called.

But nobody even stops to consider the fact that the other 99.999 percent of regular society that isn’t mentally insane might be offended by the changing of these traditional medical terms for their natural-born human body parts. The hundreds of millions of real, normal women out there with actual vaginas, for instance, might take issue with having their anatomy referred to as a “hole.”

“As is often the case with transgender ideology, its greatest impact is on women and girls,” adds “Men and women are inherently different, and women will pay an especially high price if we continue to pretend otherwise.”

Redefining human anatomy hurts everyone, though, not just women. Like perhaps never before, biological men and women alike are having their very personhood challenged by the LGBTQIAFrontHolers who are on a mission to deconstruct all gender and sexuality norms to suit their own perversions. In the process, what it actually means to be a male or a female is rapidly disappearing from society, creating cultural tumult of never-before-seen proportions.

Consider research published in the Portuguese journal Etnográfica back in 2015 that highlights how emasculated men in particular are actually considered to be a detriment to society, at least in the Far East.

In China, the paper points out, it is widely recognized that the loss of real men and the rise of “fake women” – a seeming goal of LGBTQIAFrontHolers – represents a national security crisis because “effeminate men,” the paper points out, are “considered a peril to the security of the nation because it reflects powerlessness, inferiority, feminized passivity, and social deterioration…”

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