I wrote a book all about gender that provides tools for standing up against gender-based oppression (like the things below) and working toward a socially justice society.If you appreciate all that jazz, you’ll love this book.Following is a list of cisgender identity privileges.
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You should definitely consider retesting if you had any problems during testing, such as misunderstanding the directions, or feeling ill.
You may also want to consider retesting if you don't believe that your scores accurately represent your abilities, especially if you see a discrepancy between your ACT scores and your high school grades, or if you have subsequently completed coursework in the areas covered by the ACT.
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If you’re not familiar with the term, “cisgender” means having a biological sex that matches your gender identity and expression, resulting in other people accurately perceiving your gender.
If you are cisgender, there’s a good chance you’ve never thought about these things (or even your cisgender identity).