Nope. If you’re thinking the “one in twelve” myth, that’s been thoroughly, thoroughly debunked. Search it.
We real women have to survive female socialization. We have to survive a 25% chance that we’ll be victims of sexual violence. We have to survive harassment and gaslighting and abuse from birth.
Imagine if you could’ve been raised knowing that your opinion mattered, knowing that you were a real person, knowing to trust yourself. Imagine if you could’ve been raised without the fear of strange men (or only a very little fear), without worrying if you’d be raped or abused or assaulted one day. Imagine if you could go to a store without seeing idealized, objectified versions of people with your anatomy on the front of every magazine. Imagine if when you were a teenager you weren’t forced to wear makeup, boys didn’t snap your bra straps, you weren’t ridiculed for being “too slutty” or “such a prude” or “tease” or “bitch” or “cunt.” Imagine if you could go outside feeling safe because you have a masculine stature and testosterone that allows you to buff up easily. Imagine if you were raised to think that your problems were the only thing that mattered, if you weren’t afraid to speak up and speak over others, if you weren’t taught not to take up space, if you were told that you were worth something. Imagine if people thought your orgasm mattered. Imagine if people thought your happiness mattered. Imagine if people saw you and thought “human being,” not “sex object.” Imagine if your healthcare actually covered your reproductive needs. Imagine if you didn’t have to pay for pads or tampons despite that being an unavoidable bodily function, and were instead given free condoms and then people didn’t blame you or expect you to do anything about it if the condom burst and the girl got pregnant.
Imagine if you had a choice whether to be perceived as female or male.
That’s what it would be like to be a trans woman, right up until the moment you start “passing” as a real woman. And so much of that would stick with you afterward, not just because of socialisation, but because of anatomy.
I’d take that over being born female in a heartbeat.
Just because they tell you you’re privileged doesn’t mean you have to take it.