Expensive Audrey The Provocative, i am afraid i haven t taken the time to learn by means of the opposite solutions to your query, so I apologise prematurely if i m repeating things. I am not certain that i will be able to reply your query very good, but i will attempt to form anything reasonably coherent. You ask the query "to the transsexuals that don t forget yourselves to be “actual” men or “real” women, what *tips* do you base the declare that you are “actual” females and men upon regardless of intercourse chromosomes, or is your gender identification established upon opinionated subjectivism one of a kind for every transsexual character?" to handle that chiefly i would say that in my case neither of these options particularly practice, if i have understood you appropriately. Obviously I used to be not born with the bodily characteristics of the gender I determine with (I have no idea concerning the bodily traits of my brain, or what gender variations there are in that regard), or the chromosomes or whatever, but even as i don t suppose my identification is fairly the outcome of subjective, socially-built gender identity, both. Deciding on as one gender of the opposite on the grounds of perceived commonality in phrases of persona or mental characteristics (for want of a better time period) is not something that i would be comfy with, and appears altogether too slim. Who am I to assert that one set of behaviours or emotions are feminine and one male when there are so many folks who can be arbitrarily excluded under such definitions? There have been numerous occasions when i have been tempted to reject the entire concept of gender and without difficulty settle for neither. On the whole i do not do this, though. I suppose clear that i don t match the gender of the physique I was born with, but i will present no empirical justification external of my feeling of certainty--a feeling that I can t recall ever not having, at the least so long as I was once rather aware of gender at all. That is of course not an function declare on my section--I cannot reasonably say that i do know the absolute definition of the respective genders, or that I embody a kind of, so maybe that s what you said whilst you said "situated upon opinionated subjectivism distinct for each and every transsexual person" (I have to confess I observed your query just a little bit difficult to follow every now and then). To me gender identification is precisely that: identification. To be sincere, now that I come to suppose about it, the best way gender is defined isn t anything that I feel all that strongly about--I mean, if understand myself to be male or feminine then that is enough for me--i don t require any additional justification than that, and nor do I ask it of someone else. Regardless of the science (which i know nothing of after all) i m comfortably grateful to those who receive me nonetheless I seem and nevertheless I understand myself to be. I suppose this may occasionally have been what you have been getting at, so apologies if i ve just bored you with this. Well, anyway, i m hoping my reply was as a minimum quite precious and not too pointless and rambly.