A website put up by the NHS to promote cervical screening to young women has received strong criticism from feminist groups.
In a four point list the blogger suggests the NHS are patronising women by getting men to tell them about the benefits of getting screened.
The comments left also criticise the website, on one count for suggesting that cervical smears should be part of a woman’s beauty regime.
Just over two weeks ago the NHS announced it was to inject £250,000 in to a campaign to increase the number of women turning up for their cervical smears after numbers dropped to an all-time low this year.
The numbers were never good and since the minimum age was raised in England it has got worse.
A row broke out over the minimum age earlier this year with some consultants stating that if all women turned up at 25 there would be no cause for worry, but as they didn’t the minimum age for smears should be reviewed.