I’m coming out
I want the world to know
Got to let it show
I’m coming out
–Diana Ross, Beloved singer of the GBT and maybe Q of the LBGTQ community.
Attention world, I am officially coming out. That’s right. I am a cisgender and I’m owning it, girl. It explains me to a T, or rather to a C.
In other words, I identify with the gender assigned to me at birth.
I first learned of the cis / trans situation when studying chemistry. Cis = same. Trans = opposite. How wonderful that this has translated to biology!
After I first heard the word, I went online and typed in sis gender thinking it was something feminine as in sis for sister. I was always concerned about my sense of being, my love of the ladies. They have always been my pitfall, my Achilles’ heel, my crotch crutch.
As it turns out, I am a normal dude. Excuse me, my apologies, “normal” is not a politically correct word. I am straight. Nope, sorry, wrong terminology again. I am a cisgender, and as a CG I gotta stay PC.
In retrospect, I think I knew it all along, perhaps as early as preschool: My love of dinosaurs, dump trucks, and oh yeah, my penis. I am still quite fond of one of those three.
But really, this has been a lifelong issue. I have always been terrified that I was a lesbian trapped in a man’s body. So, this is great news! I can relax, unwind, and literally take a load off.
Now that I can finally cross off the Q, I encourage others to do the same. You just can’t stay a Q forever. As such I would like to petition for inclusiveness with my fellow politically correct comrades.
Mr. Pat Sajak, may I please have a C?
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