cis male

cis male

A male with a “normal” masculine gender identity. The term was coined to contrast with a trans(gender) male.
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Some of the comments read: "There are plenty of trans women to cast, but yet again they chose a cis male. Disappointed, not surprised," and "You could've stepped down from the role and let an actual transgender person play it, but nah, you had to make sure that there's zero trans representation in the media."
Love, portrayed by Nathan Stitt, a cis male, first performed in drag more than eight years ago at a fundraiser in the dorm and loved it.
Sex-segregation in sport relies on embedded notions of gender-normativity to assert that there are immutable advantages offered cis male bodies and corresponding disadvantages for cis female bodies.
Much sexual research on trans women, however, implicitly assumes heterosexuality (and a cis male partner), whether it is research on vaginal depth post-vaginoplasty, research on libido that assumes lack of erectile function is desirable, or research on HIV-related risk that assumes a trans woman having anal sex without a condom is the receptive partner in a semen-exposed activity.
This same anatomic and physiologic combination is what is marketable to cis male clients in sex work and strip bars.
Though often referred to as a "menstrual disease," symptoms are not limited to painful periods and endometriosis can be diagnosed in those who do not menstruate, including after hysterectomy or menopause, among gender diverse individuals, and even in rare cis males. The disease can also be diagnosed in adolescents, despite early pain and symptoms being routinely dismissed as "normal."
The known significant correlation between leptin and BMI was present in all groups, both male and female, with correlation coefficients ranging from 0.525 (CIS males) to 0.835 (RRMS females).