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(Describing) one who identifies as the gender that corresponds to their sex at birth; (describing) one who is not transgender. The term is a shortening of "cisgender." If you were born male and identify as a man, then you're cis. Just because someone is cis doesn't mean they can't support trans rights.


(Describing) one who identifies as the gender that corresponds to their sex at birth; (describing) one who is not transgender. If you were born male and identify as man, then you're cisgender. Just because someone is cisgender doesn't mean they can't support trans rights.
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