cissexual

Cissexual vs Heterosexual - What's the difference?

cissexual | heterosexual |


As an adjective cissexual

is (lgbt|of a person) having a gender identity which matches one's birth sex; for example, identifying as male and having (been born with) male genitalia.

As a noun heterosexual is

heterosexual.

Taxonomy vs Cissexual - What's the difference?

taxonomy | cissexual |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adjective cissexual is

(lgbt|of a person) having a gender identity which matches one's birth sex; for example, identifying as male and having (been born with) male genitalia.

Cissexual vs Cissy - What's the difference?

cissexual | cissy |


As an adjective cissexual

is (lgbt|of a person) having a gender identity which matches one's birth sex; for example, identifying as male and having (been born with) male genitalia.

As a noun cissy is

.

Transgender vs Cissexual - What's the difference?

transgender | cissexual | see also |

Transgender is a see also of cissexual.


As adjectives the difference between transgender and cissexual

is that transgender is (narrowly|of a person) having a gender identity (self-image) which is the opposite of one's physical sex: being physically male but identifying as female, or vice versa while cissexual is (lgbt|of a person) having a gender identity which matches one's birth sex; for example, identifying as male and having (been born with) male genitalia.

As a noun transgender

is .

As a verb transgender

is (lb) to change the gender of; (used loosely) to change the sex of.

Intersexual vs Cissexual - What's the difference?

intersexual | cissexual | Related terms |

Intersexual is a related term of cissexual.


As adjectives the difference between intersexual and cissexual

is that intersexual is between the sexes while cissexual is (lgbt|of a person) having a gender identity which matches one's birth sex; for example, identifying as male and having (been born with) male genitalia.

As a noun intersexual

is an intersexed person.

Asexual vs Cissexual - What's the difference?

asexual | cissexual | Related terms |

Asexual is a related term of cissexual.


As adjectives the difference between asexual and cissexual

is that asexual is not experiencing sexual attraction; lacking interest in or desire for sex while cissexual is (lgbt|of a person) having a gender identity which matches one's birth sex; for example, identifying as male and having (been born with) male genitalia.

As a noun asexual

is (biology) a species which reproduces by asexual rather than sexual reproduction, or a member of such a species.

Cismale vs Cissexual - What's the difference?

cismale | cissexual | Related terms |

Cismale is a related term of cissexual.


As adjectives the difference between cismale and cissexual

is that cismale is (of a|person) being biologically male and identifying as male; being a cisgender while cissexual is (lgbt|of a person) having a gender identity which matches one's birth sex; for example, identifying as male and having (been born with) male genitalia.

Cisfemale vs Cissexual - What's the difference?

cisfemale | cissexual | Related terms |

Cisfemale is a related term of cissexual.


As adjectives the difference between cisfemale and cissexual

is that cisfemale is (of a|person) being biologically female and identifying as female; being a cisgender while cissexual is (lgbt|of a person) having a gender identity which matches one's birth sex; for example, identifying as male and having (been born with) male genitalia.

Ciswoman vs Cissexual - What's the difference?

ciswoman | cissexual | Related terms |

Ciswoman is a related term of cissexual.


As a noun ciswoman

is (lgbt) a cisgender woman, a woman who is biologically female.

As an adjective cissexual is

(lgbt|of a person) having a gender identity which matches one's birth sex; for example, identifying as male and having (been born with) male genitalia.

Cisperson vs Cissexual - What's the difference?

cisperson | cissexual | Related terms |

Cisperson is a related term of cissexual.


As a noun cisperson

is (lgbt) a cisgender/cissexual person: one whose gender matches his or her biological sex.

As an adjective cissexual is

(lgbt|of a person) having a gender identity which matches one's birth sex; for example, identifying as male and having (been born with) male genitalia.

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