There has been a strong rise in promotion of rights for the newly defined LGBTQ community. I get the notion of LGB, as a sexual preference but really struggle with definitions with T (transgender) and Q (questioning) definition.
If we argue that gender preference is biological then how can it be based on self-defined preference. Where do we draw boundaries and some sort of legal framework. It's not like changing hair color. If we allow legal definition of Q then we can also start accepting people who identify themselves as different species too? For example, born human, but I really feel like a goat today. Tomorrow I feel that I was really born as an eagle, and maybe next week as a lion. Biology is biology, and if we say that defending the notion that people are actually born gay is one thing, but ability to change genders on a fly seem like a counterintuitive argument.
Should T and Q be allowed in a legal framework?