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non-cisgender

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non-cisgender (not comparable)

  1. Not cisgender. Used to include people who do not have the same sex and gender but do not identify as transgender.
    • 2013, Rebecca Borison, "Penn Non-Cis fights underrepresentation on campus", The Daily Pennsylvanian (University of Pennsylvania), 13 January 2013:
      Parsons found the biggest issue to be that “there was no space that said that it was welcoming specifically to non-cisgender people. Just having Penn Non-cis existing is already a space that I can be more comfortable in.”
    • 2013, Rachel Sacks, "We've come so far, but we still have a long way to go in struggle for equal rights for everyone", The Miami Student (Miami University), Volume 140, Number 29, 15 January 2013, page 7:
      The majority of the world would declare themselves cisgender; however those of non-cisgender identity are, of course, an important and ever growing presence in society.
    • 2013, Richard Kent, "Gender-neutral washrooms at Mt. A", The Argosy (Mount Allison University), Volume 142, Issue 17, 21 February 2013, page 2:
      However, she also said that it is a matter of accessibility and safety for non-cisgender students at the university (cisgender is a term denoting a person whose biological sex and gender identity match).
    • For more examples of usage of this term, see the citations page.

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