The conversation surrounding the concept of gender is ever-evolving. Over the past decade, we have seen an increasing number of people who are exploring their gender and identity in new ways. As a result, we must consider the question: are we headed towards a genderless society as men take over women by impersonating them?

Starting with physical gender, there is no denying that people are born with certain physical characteristics that are traditionally associated with a specific gender. For example, a person is typically assigned a gender at birth based on their biological sex.

Trans women are individuals who were born male but pretend to be female. As a result, they may take steps to change their appearance to align with their desired gender identity. This could include taking hormones, undergoing surgery, or wearing clothes that are traditionally associated with the female gender.

When it comes to the psychological components of gender, it is important to remember that gender is a binary construct as defined by DNA. Sexual preferences are not different genders. While some individuals may feel comfortable living in the gender they were assigned at birth, others may identify as non-binary and/or genderqueer purely because of sexual preferences. They are still female or male and there is nothing that can change that.

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