Trans people are mistaken about their gender identity
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The Oxford definition of 'transgnder' is
'denoting or relating to a person whose gender identity does not correspond with the sex registered for them at birth'
1. They are attracted to the opposite gender
If someone was to aspire to be something else, then they would have to have attraction, romantic or non-romantic, to have this feeling. The justification for all trans people is " I 'FEEL' like the other gender'. You cannot 'feel' a chromosome. But yes, you can enjoy the gender stereotypes. Though, gender stereotypes are looked down upon by the LGBTQ community. LGBTQ community. The 'T' resembling transgender. The transgender community looks down upon gender stereotypes. If gender stereotypes were not a thing, transgender people would also not exist either. Transitioning into the other gender includes using female stereotypes. Only some transgender people would go far to surgically remove their genitals. Very far. To the risk of bleeding, infection, poor healing of incisions, hematoma, nerve injury, failure of the transplanted tissues to survive, unsightly scars, exposure of the prosthesis, injury to the urinary tract, abnormal connections between the urethra. Why would someone go as far for these things? Because they 'feel' a chromosome. A threaded-like gene. And they only thing that they can do is wear dresses, make up, etc. Which are gender stereotypes. Something that they look down upon
2. Sexual orientation
Transitioning into the other gender is trickier than expressing your sexuality. The rise of trans people in the population is also risking death from these surgeries. They only appeal to the internet but when someone decides to be chronically online, the pass it out onto the real world. Without the internet, the count of people in the LGBTQ community will decrease drastically. LGBTQ are even considered as a 'core' (aesthetic) . Some people I have seen, admitted into faking their sexual orientation or gender identity to gain views , likes and respect from profiles on the internet. It can very much be considered as a trend, especially on platforms like tiktok and twitter etc. More than 80% of the LGBTQ community discovered LGBTQ off of the internet.
I really dont know what to say as a response to all that.
Yes, there are people who fake being trans.
Yes, trans surgeries can be dangerous.
But still, we should support trans persons because they are oppressed and only we can remove the oppression.