cisgender

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cisgender

adjective Referring to a cisgendered person.

noun An individual whose physical and behavioural gender matches the gender assigned at birth.
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As authors, we acknowledge our whiteness and cisgendered, heterosexual, and economic privilege and are committed to making medical librarianship look less like us.
Taking into account the complexities of CNM practices and the resulting cultural groups, we focus this article on exploring CNM cultural groups from the perspective of those who identify as cisgendered heterosexuals, which reflect the authors' cultural positioning.
While the web has created new access to voices that have often been marginalized by traditional media, much of internet culture is still dominated by "trolls"--often straight, white, cisgendered men who, against all available evidence, feel that the world is stacked against them and spend their free time harassing and threatening anyone who disagrees.
But that conversation quickly developed into a call for more actors who are transgender in real life to be hired for these roles, traditionally given to the "cisgendered" -- people whose sense of gender corresponds with their birth sex.
This Marxist critique highlights the ways working class people are managed by neoliberalism, and this may be extended to understand the ways in which neoliberalism privileges some bodies over others, namely the white, Western, cisgendered (3) able-bodied, heterosexual, middle-class male.
Eligible participants were cisgendered, between the ages of 18 and 30, and were familiar with erotica.
Discwoman is a critical reading of the electronic music world, which, at both mainstream and underground levels, is overwhelmingly controlled by men--most of whom are straight, white, and cisgendered.
The feminist movement has come under harsh criticism in the past few years for failing to acknowledge the experiences of women of color and for prioritizing the experience of white and cisgendered women (that is, women who are born female).
Sex That Works speaks mostly to heterosexual, female, cisgendered women in long-term partnerships, and it makes some problematic statements about LGBTQ identities and kink in the process.
heteronormative views mean that cisgendered heterosexual men are much
status as a bastion of white, male, heteronormative, cisgendered,
Indeed, the very concept of gender here remains entrenched in a decidedly cisgendered construct.