OMG *eyeroll*

Date: 2009-09-18 06:34 am (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
"You know what I use cis for? Not trans. That's it. That's what cis is."

Yup. I'm cis, and that's the only way I've seen "cis" used.

Along with everything you've said, Boyd's "Harry Potter" analogy fails because non-magical people born in magical families have their *own* special name. They're not Muggles, but they're not witches or wizards, either--they're called Squibs.

Helen's post reminded me of non-disabled parents of kids with disabilities calling themselves "autistic parents" or "ADD parents," etc.

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