Medical Website Indulges Trans Community With New Term For Female Genitalia
But why, you may ask? Why is a term that has been used for ages suddenly jettisoned in favor of the term front hole? The LGBTQIA Safe Sex Guide writes:
For the purposes of this guide, well refer to the vagina as the front hole instead of solely using the medical term vagina. This is gender-inclusive language thats considerate of the fact that some trans people dont identify with the labels the medical community attaches to their genitals.
Women who claim they are men, but are still anatomically female, feel that accurately labeling their genitals is problematic because they dont 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.
Couldn't they come up with something that sounds at least remotely intelligent / medical? "Front hole" sounds like a parent talking to their little kid.
This could lead to confusion because I guess my "front hole" is my urethra and I certainly don't want anything inserted up there.