So who decides someone is transgender? If it has nothing to do with the chromosomes or secondary sexual chacteristics, then what is the basis for this medical diagnosis?
So I'm not saying that there is not a biological link regarding a "transgender" person. But they are still psychiatric illnesses.
"Gender identity disorder*(GID), also known as gender dysphoria, is a formal diagnosis used bypsychologists*and*physicians*to describe people who experience significant*dysphoria*(discontent) with the*sex*they were*assigned at birth*and/or thegender roles*associated with that sex. Affected individuals are commonly referred to as*transsexual or*transgender."
And male and female are not just human characteristics. They are characteristics of every animal in nature that reproduces using sexual reproduction.