Language Police insist on labelling real men or women as ‘cis’

An Australian science website has raised the issue of gender and language. What was once normal language is now been changed to accommodate radical gender ideology.

The website states, “"Transgender" has an important linguistic counterpart that is not as common but is gaining prevalence. The term "cisgender" (pronounced "sis-gender") refers to people whose gender identity and expression matches the biological sex they were assigned when they were born."

So in other words a person who is born male and identifies as male is referred to as cisgender.

The article continues, "Cisgender" was introduced so our language could be more fair and inclusive, and to make us more aware of everybody's experiences of gender. However, the term has critics as well as fans.”

Kirralie Smith, Binary spokeswoman, is one of those critics. “Throughout history the simple words man or woman have been sufficient to describe a person. Radical gender activists are now acting as language police in an attempt to change the way we think and interact. This language is not inclusive or fair. It is divisive and confusing.”