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A person whose gender identity matches the sex they were assigned at birth.


A french pronoun used to refer to someone without assigning a specific gender to them. They/them is the english version of this pronoun.

Inclusive (grammatical form)

A french grammatical form used to refer to a group of people of different genders or to a person of unknown or non-binary gender who wishes it. It is generally formed with punctuation between masculine and feminine (an example with the translation of "happy" in french : content⸱e, content-e, content'e, content.e) but work is being done to obtain a real grammatical form, as it already exists in certain languages and cultures.


Belief that heterosexuality is the default sexual orientation, assuming it to be the norm and excluding all other orientations. According to this system, all individuals belong to two distinct and complementary genders (male or female) with natural roles in life. This line of thinking is often coupled with cis-normativity, which promotes homophobia and transphobia.


Refers to a social system in which being cisgender is considered the norm, and any behavior or thought that conforms to this norm is reinforced.