Its no surprise that this surge of transgenderism-activism has risen out of a culture which objectifies and commodifies the bodies of women to an enormous extent. If men are socialized to see women as nothing but costumes/objects, then it makes sense that by putting on this costume/objectification means, to them, that they are a woman. Explain to me, someone, how, without the presence of sex dysphoria, transgenderism is NOT reinforcing established and known gender roles/stereotypes? Explain to me how the social physical markers of woman, markers which thousands of women do not adhere to (which some women die for not adhering to), and markers which literally DO NOT EXIST in other cultures, suddenly become the definition of femaleness and womanhood when a male puts on this costume?
dress ≠ female
make up ≠ female
long hair ≠ female
high heels ≠ female
putting on the costume of woman which we have been forced into before we could talk does not make you a female, does not make you a woman, and it never will.