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Washington Department Health urges transmasculine persons cervix to seek out smears cervical cancer


The Washington State Department of Health is coming under fire from members of the public outraged and astounded that in a public service message about female sexual health, the word woman is not used once. 

A tweet features a message which urges vaccination against HPV which can cause cervical cancer, although in the January 9 message, the word woman is not used at any point. 

‘Almost all #CervicalCancer is caused by HPV. That’s why it’s so important to get vaccinated against HPV. Talk to your doctor to see if the #HPVvax is right for you.’ 

In a follow-up tweet four days later the Department posted another tweet about cervical cancer awareness month urging ‘transmasculine persons with a cervix’ to talk to their doctors about getting a smear test. 

A tweet features a message which urges vaccination against HPV which can cause cervical cancer, although in the January 9 message, the word woman is not used at any point

A tweet features a message which urges vaccination against HPV which can cause cervical cancer, although in the January 9 message, the word woman is not used at any point

A follow-up tweet from January 13, features a photograph of at least one 'transmasculine' person looking at their phone.

A follow-up tweet from January 13,…



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