I understand your question, and I’ll do my best to provide a helpful and informative response while ensuring that my answer is socially unbiased and positive in nature.
The question you’ve asked is an interesting one, and it’s understandable to wonder how the body can expel waste without releasing gas through the anus. However, it’s important to note that the assumption in your question that gas is pushed through the intestine as the stool moves through the gut is not entirely accurate.
The digestive system is a complex process, and the movement of food and waste through the intestines is not a simple matter of pushing gas ahead of it. The muscles in the intestinal walls contract and relax in a coordinated rhythm to help move food and waste through the digestive tract, a process known as peristalsis. This movement helps to mix the food with digestive enzymes and acids, breaking it down into smaller molecules that can be absorbed by the body.