Cisgender Privilege

Cisgender Privilege
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  • Abby Blue? Nicholas Ramsey? 
  • Here!
  • It's actually Nicole 
  • I hope nobody is in here, it makes me really uncomfortable when there is 
  • Well my legal name is Nicholas but I identify as Nicole. This isn't fair I should be able to write in my preferred gender
  • Name Gender: Male, Female Age:
  • Hey would you like to dance?  oh? aren't you too girly to be a lesbian?
  • No thank you, I'm actually waiting for my girlfriend No, thats's a sterotype and I am deeply offended
  • My name is Nicole, and I refuse to change with a bunch of boys, when I clearly identify as a female
  • Ramsey why aren't you changed? 
  • Those who identify with their birth gender (cisgender) are privileged in so many ways. Especially compared to those who identify as another sex. Cisgender people do not have to worry about correcting their names, worrying about what t circle on standardized testing for their gender, what locker room or bathroom to use, etc. These are things that cisgender people take for granted. As an evolving community we need to be more aware of our surroundings and how others are feeling.
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