Cis women are in a markedly different relationship to gender than trans women. “Cisgender” names this difference.
Yes, the word’s sometimes defined in a way that says, “gender is an essence and I feel it”. But this isn’t its only definition. As a radical transfeminist, I define cisgender women as…
"As a radical transfeminist, I define cisgender women as the class of women whose lives are not significantly negatively structured by transmisogyny, including internalised transmisogyny."
However, this then predicates that cis women then experience minimal misogyny in and of itself.
"Cis privilege" might mean that they’re not subject to transmisogyny (which as a few other theorists have pointed out, rests at a weird intersection of "if you pass—>misogyny" and "if you don’t—>’failed man/hyper gay").
Presupposing that cis women are somehow more privileged than trans women (all other things being equal) DOES directly imply that cis women
A) benefit directly from the oppression of trans women (we don’t)
B) are in a position of power over trans women /and use that power to do harm/ (we don’t)
C) don’t also suffer from a tesserae of oppression from the second of conception onwards (because yeah, sexy selective abortion is a thing)
Cis, by it’s very definition, determines that natal women experience no gender-based oppression or difficulty, and if you can’t understand why feminists (and more broadly, women in general) disagree with that, then you really have no right to call yourself a feminist.
You have understood nothing I have ever written. Go back and try again.