- Jan 16, 2010
Yeah, this sort of problem crops up all the time. People who are in whatever society deems the norm in one aspect tend not to even notice there is an aspect that there is a norm for, because that's just the way it is, and is something they can take for granted.necromanzer52 said:I think the issue some people can have with it is that a cisgender person can't really understand what it means to identify as a gender. As in, I don't really identify as a bloke, I just sort of "am" one. It's more of an absence of gender dysphoria than the opposite of it.