Even more auspiciously, Stephen Colbert referred to "cis-language" in a recent episode of .
For a while, "cisgender" only appeared in academic journals.
But now it's all over the Internet, and not just on blogs and sites of, by, and for transgender people.
You are cisgender if your birth certificate says you're male and you identify yourself as a man or if your birth certificate says you're female and you identify as a woman.
Presumably you are also cisgender if you were born intersex (that is, with some combination of male and female reproductive parts) and identify as an intersex or androgynous person.
Still, "truthiness" never made into standard dictionaries of contemporary English.
His 2005 coinage, "truthiness," became so popular that the American Dialect Society named it "The Word of the Year"—the term that best represented the times.
In 2006 it was still going strong, as the Merriam-Webster Dictionary named it its "Word of the Year," too.
It's made it into online reference works like the Oxford Dictionaries.
And since "cisgender" is one of the 56 options for gender identification on Facebook (along with "cis female," "cis male," "cis woman, "cis man," "cisgender woman," "cisgender man," and just plain "cis"), it has already achieved a kind of pop officialdom.