Yes. Although, it might annoy you.
While I feel for people who are actually transgendered...trying to use a fancy word to define "normal" strikes me as silly.
This isn't like some gender stereotype thing where girls in pink dresses are normal and tomboys are not. Identifying with the gender that matches your parts and chromosomes is by definition "normal". I understand that there may be academic settings where you wish to use proper terms, but starting out posts on your feminist blog with "As a cisgendered straight white woman, its hard to relate to..." just makes you sound pretentious and probably alienates half of your casual readers.
I see a few possibilities when someone uses the term:
1. The reader is already familiar with the term and so thinks nothing.
2. The reader is not familiar with the term and looks it up, only to wonder why you didn't just say "normal" or just skip that part of the description.
3. The reader is not familiar with the term but not willing to look it up. They now think that there is something weirdly wrong with you. Maybe you have some sort of transgender mixup. Maybe you have a weird cyst that looks like a penis but isn't actually a sex organ and you are thus female both mentally and physiologically (only with a weird penis grown hanging off of your left thigh).