1. If sex and gender are different, gender is based on stereotypes ans societally created roles mainly meant to oppress women. These roles are perpetuated by trans people who believe that because they fall into different steretypes they must allign with a different identity. Instead of working to rebel and abolish oppressive stereotypes, they are complicit in perpetuating them by identifying with the opposite gender because they fit into different stereotypes. To abolish them is to deny them, not identify with them, and they should be abolished because they are a means on which people are oppressed.
2. If sex and gender are different and when someone is transgender it merely refers to their gender identity, then why do they feel entitled to things protected under SEX such as bathroom access and sports. Why is it phrased "Male to female" and "female to male" when those terms are used to denote sex and not gender, shouldn't it be "male to woman" and "female to man" why do they alter their bodies in am attempt to identify with the opposite SEX
3. Why is this mutilation not treated any differently than other self harming behaviors driven by body issues such as anorexia, bullimia, body dysmorphic disorder. When someone has body dysmorphic disorder or anorexia the solution is not to encourage plastic surgery or starvation, it is to help people grow and be comfortable with who they already are.
4. Because gender is based on oppressive stereotypes and does not exist, all that exists is sex. One can not transition to something that does not exist, and it is impossible for a male to emulate womanhood. A male emulates womanhood based on oppressive stereotypes such as fashion, submissiveness, nurturing, makeup. However females are born in all different personalities and opinions and styles and this is a crude stereotype made as an attempt to oppress women, so to identify with it as a gender is to perperuate oppression. Womanhood, FEMALEhood is all that exists, and it is based on our biology which was determined the moment of our conception which we have lived our whole lives and which has shaped our formative experiences and the ways we interact with the world, and trans identifying males will never identify with real womanhood, concrete womanhood, not cheap abstract stereotypes which were created to oppress females. Stereotypes their transness perpetuates.