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1. Identifying as having a gender that corresponds to the sex one has been assigned at birth; not transgender.
2. Of or relating to cisgender people.
A person who is cisgender.

[cis- + gender (on the model of transgender).]
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Counseling and perioperative planning are the same for these patients as for cisgender women, although some of the considerations discussed here remain important.
While education and socio-economic disparities prevail, new research shows transgender people live very similar lives to their cisgender peers.
It is very important to acknowledge the differences that exist between people, especially between cisgender and transgender people.
It might be time for some transgender talk about cisgender people in bathrooms.
Terms used in the text, such as panromantic, asexual, cisgender, and more, are defined in the glossary for those who are unfamiliar with them.
Those who chose yes were considered as trans, those responding otherwise were considered as cisgender (non-trans and may include genderqueer individuals who do not consider themselves as trans).
At the same time, there is undeniable power in being able to perform professionalism, especially for people who exist outside of the white, thin, able-bodied, cisgender norm.
However, the transgender students as a whole felt less safe than their cisgender (iii) MOGAI peers (Palkii and Caldwell, 2014, p.
It argues how judicial reasoning tends to create conditions of transgender legibility that reproduces pre-conceived notions of normative, cisgender sex/gender experiences and knowledges, contributing to hermeneutical injustice.
Covington says that creating his role, and casting Fletcher, was a much more involved process than it would have been for a cisgender role of the same size.
While cisgender Muslims find refuge from Islamophobia in mosques, for transgender Muslims, these spaces can often be just as unsafe as other places.