Here’s an idea, everything you think about anyone is entirely irrelevant.
I really don’t care what someone’s reasons are to be who or how they want to be.
I don’t care if it’s genetic or choice.
I don’t care if someone wants to be he, she or zhe.
And I don’t care because all that matters is that that’s the way they are, either by design or choice.
At the end of the day, it’s who they/we are or who we/they want to be.
We’re all software encoded in DNA being run through meat and bone computers.
I don’t care which elements of the code came pre-installed or via a runtime upgrade, and it doesn’t matter.
I don’t care if you believe the software was written by an intelligence or as the result of random mutations combined with the elimination of the least viable by natural selection.
What we end up with is people who are what we all are, and some are fantastic, some are total assholes and most of us sit somewhere in between these two extremes.
I find the variance amazing and worthy of respect.