Tuesday, May 24, 2016


                 Are you aware of- and familiar with- the term? It is in common usage now that transgenderism is all we talk about. Here is the definition of Cisgender: “A term for people whose experiences of their own gender agree with the sex they were assigned at birth. Cisgender may also be defined as those who have a gender identity or perform a gender role society considers appropriate for one’s sex.” The term is often abbreviated to simply cis, and is the opposite of the term transgender.
                According to Wikopedia: “There are two versions of the term: cis male for ‘male assigned male at birth’ or cis female for ‘female assigned female at birth.’ Further derivations analogously include ‘cis man’ and ‘cis woman,’ as well as cissexism (or ‘cissexual assumption’ or ‘cisnormativity’).”
                These designations were apparently issued by the Department of Redundancy Department.
                If progressive’s were to be honest- and why would they start now- they would admit that the word was specifically made up as a mockery of the 99.97% of us who “agree” with the sex we were “assigned” at birth. In the eyes of the vast majority of men and women, there is no need for another term for…men and women. The otherwise useless term “cisgender” therefore- in their eyes- essentially means: “those backward, conservative, paternalistic, stick-in-the-mud, traditionalist, uptight troglodytes who are somehow happy with their own gender.”
                There are more feminine males and more masculine females, to be sure. And they are free to feel like whoever they wish to feel like. If the former want to wear a dress and the latter boxers and a tie, they can go right ahead and knock themselves out. But if you have male genitalia, you are a male and if you have female genitalia, you are a female. You didn’t have any say in the matter. You were “assigned” your sex in the womb.
                Wombs belong to females.        

                Get over it.

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