Warning you are probably gonna get offended.
And Im just gonna dive to the point. The issue is that by saying that masculine little girls automatically makes them transboy or feminine little girls makes them transgirl ...is just wrong.
Yes Gender expression is a thing but people constantly forget that it barely has anything to do what what gender you identify as...So why do I always see people go on tumblr and write that buttercup from power puff girls is a transboy when she never said she wanted to be a male..and why are people constantly taking masculine girls and saying they are trans..or feminine boys and doing the same.
Look its fine if you do it because you feel you relate to them in some way but if you are shoving your ideas down others peoples throats then stop.
Second of all, what the hell makes a boy a boy and a girl a girl anyway?
Apparently based on society and lgbt research, a girl is a girl if she likes makeup, doing her hair, being more prone to show emotions, liking feminine activities. wearing "female" clothing, shopping and trying to impress boys. Well being a boy is liking masculine activities, wearing "male" clothing, acting in a blunt way with no emotion/little emotion, not gossiping, not being social, not caring about appearance, and playing video games.
So.....what about the people that aren't trans and just have a different personality than there fellow gender. Why do we push people in boxes just because they are not acting as the gender they were assigned with, and why does it even matter?
Do transboys only feel that they identify as a boy because the people around them were too feminine, and their friends gossiped too much and shopped too much, did they feel like tomboys were over sexualized, were they jealous that males got more rights, were they worried that they wouldn't come off as funny or clever if they remained female. Its really simple, if we start showing more masculine cis girls and feminine cis boys (straight or gay or whatever)in media than people wouldn't be so confused.
But seriously, why do so many people feel they were assigned wrong.
Because it all stems down to what we push on boys and girls. A girl that doesn't want to get into gossip, and wear makeup and be sensitive doesn't like that idea of being a girl so she will probably realize she's a he?....because "he" has the idea that boys don't deal with that.
Boys have grown up believing that emotions and ridiculous and showing them is bad and they need to be tough but someone might want to be more sensitive and kinder then most other boys and so they'll see being female as an opportunity.
So what even makes someone male and female, are there brains different, no.
There bodys are, there sense of gravity is. And its said that boys immature slower than girls.
But boys and girls are actually very similar and the only reason why they are so different is because they were raised differently.
If you don't believe me, raise a boy like a girl and raise a girl like a boy and you will see the difference.
If society keeps pushing the idea that anyone feminine is a girl
and anyone that is masculine is a boy
THEN ITS SEXIST. How about just teach girls to not gossip and bitch and not force other girls to wear makeup. And teach guys to show emotions and be a little bit more sensitive, its not that hard.
Wanna know how to tell you gender. Then I guess if you really really feel like you were born in the wrong body, and it has nothing to do with gender rights, or personality, or traits. If you really feel like the opposite gender in your body, thats dysphoria and you are trans, respect for you.
anyways the next person to tell me I'm a demiboy, panromantic, asexual is getting punched in the throat