That's the issue of biology vs. psychology. You're still biologically the gender you were born as, but psychologically you are absolutely not. There is more to a person than their X and Y chromosomes.
What if I feel that I am psychologically alien? Or a turtle?
Before I keep repliyng you have to tell my if this is allowed to turn into a real debate about transexuality or if it was ment as a joke thread or if it was just talking about the gender option.
Let me just say that all humans in the civilized world are "acting" no guy is cool and no girl is unaproachable. Pink is NOT a feminine color and blue is not a masculine color all of this is "acting" and arbitrary rules set by the community.
Even having sex with the same gender being "bad" is an arbitrary rule. Its complete nonsense in terms of biology but its still not bad in any way
So if you know that everything that you were tought about feminine and masculine is actually arbitrary nonsence how exactly can you feel you were born into the wrong body? Do you feel the need to produce milk? I dont think so.
I mean skirts are not female (look at scots) and pants are not male (look at all the women wearing jeans) A bra is also not needed because it just serves an arbitrary ideal of beauty.
There is nothing on earth that is feminine other than females and nothing on earth that is masculine other than males. And in a tribe were everyone is nude and is doing the exact same thing and there is no product at all that is made for a specific gender do you really think someone could feel "born into the wrong body?"
First let me ask you if you think asking about tribal practices is relevant to current times?
Secondly I commend you for at least making a case for your claims.
The word "biology" is also often used by homophobes for some reason. I'm of the opinion that the individual can decide for himself, whether it's about his gender or his sexuality. We are humans, we shouldn't let biology or nature control us. In the future we might be able to do more gene therapy than we can now, where we can perhaps more easily change someone's gender.