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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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showed that compared to matched cisgender individuals, hematocrit and hemoglobin concentrations in transwomen more similarly resembled those in ciswomen (31).
Lipid profiles between sexes are interesting, with cismen showing higher LDL and triglyceride concentrations, while ciswomen have higher HDL concentrations (50).
This reduction of institutional power results in greater individual empowerment and allows not only ciswomen
's bodies to move in from the margins but also transgender or gender queer bodies.
Serano argues clearly and effectively that cultural disdain for transwomen's femininity--including among ciswomen
and cisfeminists--is a manifestation of the stereotype of femme identities in general as frivolous, contrived, and insincere.