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Amid the many recent Twitter bans of conservative accounts, the censorious overlords have not neglected to ban those accounts that posit the wild, wacky theory that biological sex is real.
An account called Hammer_of_Glass was suspended for tweeting "Only females get cervical cancer." Twitter said that this tweet was "Violating our rules against hateful conduct."
Twitter determined that this tweet, stating that only people who have a cervix get cancer of the cervix, and further implying that only females have cervixes, was worthy of censorship and banishment from their platform.
The idea is that saying only women have a cervix is a transphobic thing to say because it erases all those people who have cervixes but refer to themselves with male pronouns or non-gender specific pronouns. The idea here is that everyone needs to change their concept of biological reality in order to make some people who don't like their own biological reality feel more comfortable.
In July, CNN reported that cervical cancer screening was recommended for "individuals with a cervix," though with regard to prostate cancer screening, they said this medical test was for "men."
In the article from CNN recommending cervical cancer screenings for "individuals with a cervix," the word "woman" was not mentioned, nor the words "female," "vagina," or "uterus." It would be hard for a female who was not intimately aware of the labels that each of her reproductive organs were called to know if she were an "individual with a cervix" at all.
Even Planned Parenthood, which used to be an advocacy group for women, now refers to those who are pregnant as "pregnant persons," not pregnant women. In discussing the options available for "pregnant persons," Planned Parenthood lists three: parenting, abortion, and adoption. Motherhood is not on the list. Those who go against these ideas vocally on Twitter are banned. There's a whole blacklist of those who right-thinking people are advised to block, if Twitter isn't quick enough in getting the job done.
Dr. Scott Atlas was banned for talking about how masks are not always effective. Charlie Kirk was banned for talking about mail-in balloting problems in Pennsylvania. And the entirety of the New York Post was banned for hacking, even though they didn't hack anything. The official account of Donald Trump's reelection campaign was also banned.
And in the midst of all this conservative account banning, Twitter is still coming down hard on the accounts of those who believe in the science of biological sex. This feature, banning women who claim that only females are women, has been in full effect at Twitter for some time.
Most notably, Meghan Murphy, outspoken Canadian feminist and women's rights journalist, was banned for called a person "him," though that person, who must be called "her," referred to herself as "him" in her own bio. This woman had been seeking someone to service the genital waxing of her testicles, and badgering women online who did not feel they possessed the necessary expertise, at the time Murphy referred to her as him.
Twitter, Facebook, and Google, the three cornerstones of the phenomenon known colloquially as Big Tech, have come under intensive scrutiny of late as the long-standing suspicion that they harbour biases against conservatives has been tethered to actual facts.
Project Veritas has caught Google executives on both the search side and advertising side to admit, fully, that it is not only possible but permissible to play favourites. Search results have been skewed to show a preponderance of negative content with regard to Trump, and resoundingly positive content for Biden queries. On the ad side, ads containing view points that executives at Google don't agree with are frequently just not accepted ad buys.