Cervical checks for men in the UK

No tests for women transitioning to men who have a cervix.

Sligo News File

Sign of the times – the UK health service is offering cervical checks to men.

The measure, it appears, is part of the country’s politically correct regulations designed to appease the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender and Q part of the population.

Never mind that men don’t have a cervix, the NHS is seemingly still carrying on the service as if they do.

However, cervical tests are not being provided to women who believe themselves to be men and have a cervix.

The UK Telegraph reports an MP as saying “the NHS effort to be politically correct is putting the lives of women who claim to be men at risk.”

The MP is also said to have claimed the process is “wasting the time of men who claim to be women by offering them tests for organs they do not have”.

So there you have it! And, yes, in case some haven’t noticed, the homosexual LG acronym has now been extended to LGBTQIAGNC which, it’s understood stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, intersex, asexual and gender-non-conforming.