Gender roles change in space and time… so how can gender be innate?

If “cisgender” means that you’re comfortable with the gender roles you are assigned and gender roles vary depending on culture, religion, etc. then is it possible for someone to be “cis” in one country and trans in another? Like are there people out here with regional genders? Does their gender have a jurisdiction?

Let’s say a guy is fine with the western gender roles but takes a trip to a “primitive” village in the deepest, darkest corner of the Tundra and is not cool with their expectations for men, would he then fall under the trans/non binary umbrella? Does he have to check boundary lines before he can be sure about his gender? If he straddles the boundary line, is he then bigender?

What if he’s cool with Baptist gender roles but can’t get down with Catholicism? Does his gender change every time someone mentions the pope?

Inquiring minds would like to know”

4 thoughts on “Gender roles change in space and time… so how can gender be innate?

  1. The Arbourist March 24, 2019 at 06:53 Reply

    The whole gender project reeks of male entitlement and patriarchy. Gender is the system used to enforce the subjugation of women. (Woke) Dudes labelling women as ‘cis’ is just another just another symptom of broken system we exist in.

  2. The Arbourist March 24, 2019 at 06:56 Reply

    A video for your closed thread on genderism’s hostility toward radical feminism.

  3. susansiens March 29, 2019 at 13:49 Reply

    And who the hell is comfortable with their assigned societal gender roles? Hyper-masculine men? Ultra-feminine women? For trans to claim that I am comfortable with said gender roles and am therefore “cis,” I’ll step out of my assigned gender role and kick ass. One of my favorite stories from gendertrender was the commenter writing of her experience using a women’s restroom. Some dude was in the restroom primping at the mirror — because, jeez, you know, women spend lots of time hanging out in toilets primping and being girls together — and a woman in her sixties told him, “Stop dicking around and get out of here.” I might have a little more respect for these creepy men if they actually took on women’s roles and did the laundry, did the cooking, did the errands, took care of the pets, took care of the kids, cleaned the house, volunteered at the local food pantry, but, whoops, that would take too much time out of their makeup/dress-up routine or, in other words, their fetishism!

    • Francois Tremblay March 29, 2019 at 14:43 Reply

      Yes, their idea of “being a woman” is always extremely superficial. I do agree that they should dig a lot deeper.

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