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See also: Citations:cis-centric
English citations of ciscentric
Adjective: "(LGBT) centering on or overemphasizing cissexuality and/or cissexual people"
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- 2012, Amanda Chappel, "Handling Homophobia", UWeekly Austin, Volume 4, Issue 1, 1 February 2012, page 20:
- The reason homophobic or ciscentric comments or attitudes may hurt so deeply is because there might be some truth to them, at least in your eyes.
- 2012, Einar Ragnar Jónsson, "Why Feminism Needs to be Trans-Inclusive, or: The Bodily Consequences of Cisnormativity", Bluestockings, Fall 2012, page 39:
- Such a universalizing presumption of cissexuality is ciscentric and cissexist because it assumes that the authenticity of femininity is rooted in the female body, that cissexuality is the correct or superior gender identity, and that all 'female' bodies hence yield and are inhabited by female-identified 'women.'
- 2013, Michael Smith, "Religion Exhausts Worldly Tolerance", The Bachelor (Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Indiana), Volume 105, Issue 24, 19 April 2013, page 5:
- I know too much to think any one person responsible for the frightful way these inherently classist, sexist, racist, ciscentric, and appallingly heteronormative systems interact in the world.
- 2014, Jesse Woods, "Pride doesn't mean we dominate society for a week", Arthur (Peterborough & Trent University), Volume 49, Issue 3, 23 September 2014, page 10:
- Obviously, this sentiment is ignoring the fact that the other 51 weeks of the year is[sic] essentially just a barrage of heteronormativity and ciscentric "pride" being plastered across society.