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According to a report in The Chronicle of Higher Education, "Critics blasted the article as a product of white and cisgender privilege, said it discounted important scholarly work by transgender and black academics, and accused its author of using harmful language.
Herek & McLemore, 2013; Kite & Whitley, 1996), at the moment, no reliable corresponding difference has been found in the attitudes of cisgender men and women toward transgender men and women (see Worthen, 2013).
Linley notes she used her "identities as a queer, able-bodied, cisgender woman" to offer a "teaching paradigm" that strips away white privilege.
When researchers involved in the study asked 1,055 cisgender women aged 18 to 94 about their sex lives and sexual touching preferences, many reported that penetration alone was not enough to achieve an orgasm.
As a white, heterosexual, cisgender female, I am not going to be exclusively interacting with other white, heterosexual, gender-conforming female campers.
Yet, when Donald Trump announced his intent to ban trans people from serving in the military, far too many cisgender liberals and progressives reacted by telling trans people their lives and rights were a distraction.
Also, the "gender" entry has been expanded to include explanations on the usage of cisgender, gender nonconforming (n.
Transgender men, ([dagger]) particularly those who have sex with cisgender ([section]) men, are also at high risk for infection (2).
Researchers have extracted DNA from the blood samples of 10,000 people, 3,000 of them transgender and the rest non-transgender, or cisgender.
Plenty of cisgender folks--those whose gender identity conforms to the norm for their biological sex--fail to present as obviously male or female, and passengers of androgynous or ambiguous gender expression also found themselves at the mercy of the public transit sex police.
These well-meaning resources also didn't reflect the understanding that nonheterosexuals include many people who are neither a gay cisgender man nor a lesbian cisgender woman.
The male/female binary leaves no place not only for those who identify as trans, he shows, but for anyone who is androgynous or nonbinary, as well as for many others in the LGBTQIA+ community, and even cisgender people in some cases.