If a biological male who has had no surgery or treatment starts identifying as a female, is s/he allowed to go topless?

Photo: The Cardona Bra Fence, NZ
Photo: The Cardona Bra Fence, NZ
Like if this person has a typical male chest with no breasts at all.

If it was the reverse scenario, with a biological female who identifies as a male, the argument would quickly go to the fact that, however the person identifies, s/he has developed breasts and should be subject to toplessness laws.

But if the issue is whether or not a person has developed breasts, flat chested biological women are subject to the same toplessness laws as any other woman.

So it seems to me that either the person who has a male chest but identifies as a female should have to abide by toplessness laws, or flat chested biological women should be exempt from those laws.
The biological male who identifies as a female should be subject to toplessness laws
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Biological females who are flat chested should be exempt from toplessness laws
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Everyone should be subject to toplessness laws
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Everyone should be exempt from toplessness laws
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