I think 99% of gender expectations regarding behaviour and clothing are socially constructed.
In theory, if I knew in my heart that I was female, what if I chose not to play into the game by shaving my beard and getting speech therapy? What if I want to be lumberjack you refer to as she?
Most women I know wear hoodies, jeans, runners. Borderline gender neutral clothing.
Among primitive tribes on islands where everyone dresses the same, I feel like a trans person would simply look down and not want to see a dick there.
And even then, I'm confused, since my son has one arm smaller than the other, it's not initially natural to him, but he adapts.
So my opinion is: trans people are a product of social expectations on everyone, but they maybe get a little worked up about wanting the opposite pile of stereotypes to apply.
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