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English citations of cisgay and cis-gay

Adjective: "(LGBT, informal, neologism) cisgender and gay"Edit

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  • 2013, Miguel Obradors, quoted in "Interview With Miguel Obradors", BI 2.0, August 2013, page 39:
    In some cis-gay environments the feminine is used as default as well, but not because of their feminism, but in some cases rather because of CisHomonormativity, or certainly misogyny, which is also quite disrespectful.
  • 2014, Wibke Straube, Trans Cinema and Its Exit Scapes: A Transfeminist Reading of Utiopian Sensibility and Gender Dissidence in Contemporary Film, Linköping University (2014), →ISBN, page 127:
    Unfortunately, the film also falls into the trap of connecting a non-passing body with unavoidable consequences of violence in a scene in which Lukas has to escape a rape attempt by one of his cis-gay colleagues.
  • 2015, Ed Simmons, "Lest We Forget", No HeterOx (Oxford, UK):
    (page 24:) In an increasingly aestheticized cisgay community, age is a horror and the aged are abject.
    (page 25:) When all the media offers is cis-gay white men picket-fenced and happily partnered, and when the media is the primary force for the construction of one's queer identity, swathes of queers are unrepresented, []

Noun: "(LGBT, informal, neologism) a cisgender gay man"Edit

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  • 2012, Dame La di Da, "Straight Up", Critic (University of Otago), Issue 17, 23 June 2012, page 29:
    Often I am encouraged by mainstream cis-gays and lesbians not to complain, not to make a scene, not to exist.
  • 2013, Miguel Obradors, quoted in "Interview With Miguel Obradors", BI 2.0, August 2013, page 37:
    In CisHomonormative environments, cis-lesbians appropriate themselves of spaces for "women" while cis-gays appropriate themselves of spaces for "men."