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cisgender

(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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The study was limited by several factors including use of a convenience sample study population without cis-gender controls, lack of data on the duration of hormone use, and specific focus on AGA, the researchers noted.
This phenomenological study describes the lived experiences of 15 cis-gender women and four cis-gender men in adjusting the normative sexual script to focus on both clitoral and penile stimulation.
"It taught me that God's plan is for everyone to be a heterosexual, cis-gender Christian who never has sex with anyone until they marry their one true love and make babies."
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This implies that 'cis-gender' is another word which needs to be taken into account: in contrast to 'transgender', it refers to people whose gender identity and expression corresponds to the gender attributed at birth (6,7).
When an individual's gender identity, gender expression, and biological sex are aligned, the individual is considered cis-gender, and when these elements are not aligned, the individual is considered transgender (Killerman, 2014).
After all these years, why aren't the most elite feminists embarrassed by the narrowness of their program for mostly wealthy, white, cis-gender, heterosexual women?
Auto-ethnography is meant to contest and de-center the detached, White, cis-gender, male observer.
Ultimately, such discourses normalize heterosexuality and cis-gender identities while pathologizing and/or forbidding divergent expressions of self.
He romanticizes Genoa's tolerance of these women and their cis-gender colleagues while only briefly and shallowly considering the social issues surrounding their marginalization.
Theatre has heightened my awareness of my privileges--as an able-bodied, college-educated cis-gender man, a leader for the American theatre, with access to resources--and recognize my responsibility to use these privileges to advocate for a better world and highlight the diverse voices and stories that shape our humanity.