Definitions

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  • adjective Cisgender.

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Examples

  • I don’t want to misrepresent Qgrrl, but my interpretation of what she’s saying is that she doesn’t feel like the term cisgendered applies to her because it signifies one who has an aligned gender identity and physical sex, whereas I get the feeling that she views gender as inherently problematic rather than aligned.

    Language around trans, how it works, how it doesn’t…

  • I also considered renaming this "The Cisgendered Privilege Knapsack," because I like the word "cisgendered" and would like to propagate it, but the original author whoever it is called it the non-trans privilege checklist, and who am I to change that?

    The Non-Trans Privilege Checklist

  • However, I have to realize as a cisgendered lesbian, this is not my experience, and this is not my story.

    Irene Monroe: All About Chaz

  • Jill, someone who is cisgendered has an interpersonal sense or understanding of their gender and genitals that match or correspond (or what some might argue a “normative” state).

    Third-Gendering « Bound, Not Gagged

  • Anyway, after being a little bit upset and feeling very lonely in this crowd of cisgendered and largely straight people, I worked through it and came out smiling.

    Learning « I'm Not Broken

  • As a cisgendered person one whose gender matches his or her biological sex Wilson's remark is, at best, insensitive and, at worst, insulting.

    Irene Monroe: All About Chaz

  • There are also transsexual people who are cisgendered, after transition, they have a binary gender and it aligns with their binary sex.

    Third-Gendering « Bound, Not Gagged

  • Jill, someone who is cisgendered has an interpersonal sense or understanding of their gender and genitals that match or correspond (or what some might argue a “normative” state).

    Third-Gendering « Bound, Not Gagged

  • “Jill, someone who is cisgendered has an interpersonal sense or understanding of their gender and genitals that match or correspond (or what some might argue a “normative” state).”

    Third-Gendering « Bound, Not Gagged

  • I associate this brand of feminism with a certain variety of white, coastal-city dwelling, fairly well-to-do heterosexual cisgendered woman, a woman with a comfortable white-collar job that is so very comfortable and so very white-collar that she is free to spend her spare time yearning for, and semi-believing that she could attain, something with more “meaning.”

    Already Thursday! How? « Gerry Canavan

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