‘Dysphoria’ means ‘a sense of unease’ - it does not just refer to body or gender dysphoria, but to other things, like social dysphoria, etc. The opposite of dysphoria is euphoria; euphoria is an intense feeling of comfort or happiness.
Now, some trans people feel a lot of bodily dysphoria. They may decide they want HRT or surgery to do something about this.
However, genitals do not equal gender, nor do other body parts, and it is perfectly natural for some trans people to be okay with their bodies, or even positive about them. I personally have dysphoria, but only chest dysphoria. I am perfectly comfortable with having a vagina. I’m a boy, so, it’s a boy’s vagina. Just how it is, for me. Now, some people do not experience any dysphoria, but DO experience gender euphoria when referred to by the correct pronouns. Happier identifying as a gender other than what you were assigned at birth? Then you’re trans. That’s it. There’s no checklist, and dysphoria is not a requirement.
It is a ridiculous and outdated concept that a trans person must hate their body to be trans. I have never understood ‘dysphoria policing’ within the trans community. Gender euphoria is a thing, and needs to be taken into account.
How can we claim to be forward thinking and more educated on gender issues than cis people if we, like cis people, put someone’s validity of identity on their bodies and how they feel about them?