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Welcome to Transgender 101 Wiki
The wiki about trans basics that anyone can edit
6 articles since April 2009.
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What's new on Transgender 101 Wiki
- April 15th, 2009
- Trans 101 Wiki created.
- This is a brand new wiki, attempting to fill the need for one central resource for basic information about transgender issues, terminology, history, etc. The idea for this wiki grew out of a particular comment thread at Feministe.
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Cis: The prefix "cis-" (as in "cissexual" or "cisgender") is complementary to the prefix "trans-" (as in "transsexual" or "transgender".) So, people who are not "transgender" are "cisgender."
Typically, a cissexual or cisgender person is one who is comfortable in the sex/gender he or she was assigned at birth.