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A government account for the island of Jersey left one crucial demographic out of a post encouraging cervical screenings—women.
Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands. It is “a self-governing dependency of the British Crown and is not part of the UK and isn’t represented in the UK parliament,” according to their government website.
On Twitter, the account wrote, “If you are a transgender man, a gender non-conforming person, or assigned female at birth and with a cervix, you can book your free cervical screening today. Contact your GP or Le Bas Centre on 443781. We are working to make it as comfortable as possible for you.” A hashtag at the end reads, “Don’t put it off.”
The tweet included a photo of person with facial hair, dressed in a suit.
If you are a transgender man, a gender non-conforming person, or assigned female at birth and with a cervix, you can book your free cervical screening today. Contact your GP or Le Bas Centre on 443781. We are working to make it as comfortable as possible for you.
— Government of Jersey (@GovJersey) January 23, 2023
Women have been omitted from information concerning women’s health by other government agencies, the report noted. The Biden administration, for example, was criticized after the Center for Disease Control (CDC) repeatedly referred to pregnant women as “pregnant people.”
English actor James Dreyfus slammed Government of Jersey, “Oafs. Every last one of you.”
He went on to say he found the post “irritating” as it was “virtue signaling” and “inaccurate” to say women were “assigned female at birth.”
And for those of you who choose to interpret this as …👇….I am of course, referring to the ‘assigned female at birth’ descriptor. Sex is observed at birth. As for the second poster, I can’t see the word ‘woman/ women’ anywhere. Language matters. Sex matters. pic.twitter.com/p9nCvrcq7s
— James Dreyfus (@DreyfusJames) January 23, 2023
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