Not transgender. That is, having the socially expected gender identity for the sex one was assigned at birth. Used in preference to the word cisgender which many orthogender people reject as being applied to them by other groups.
by Orthiopterix November 06, 2013
Orthogender individuals have a match between the gender they were assigned at birth, their bodies, and their personal identity. Orthogender is in contrast to transgender.
Jane doesn't see any conflict between her interest in previously male-only topics and being happily orthogendered.
by Jane7162 November 26, 2013