Not at all. I know this is a controversial subject for some people but, really…
The only thing you can determine at the moment of birth is the genitals the baby has.
Is that simple, folks.
Your identity starts to form and develop as you grow up. You need the chance to know you, and a baby can’t do that. We start knowing ourselves like we know others, step by step and in time.
Let’s please stop mixing up genitals with gender. They are two completely separate things.
If you know you’re a girl, you are.
If you know you’re a boy, you are.
If you don’t identity with either of the above, guess what? There’s no need to.
Anybody but yourself has a say in that.
We don’t chose the bodies we are born into, but when we know who we are, we know.
There’s no explanation. You can’t go ask someone ‘explain to me the feeling of being a girl/boy/non-binary?’. No one will know what to tell you. Some people try using things like ‘well I have boobs and and a vagina and I wear dresses so I’m a girl’ (this is actually something someone told me once)
But. There are self identified men with boobs, and vaginas.
And women who are strong and wear suits and have short hair.
These are just society imposed stereotypes of what your “gender” has to look like.
You just know you are. It’s a feeling you can’t utter but that doesn’t make it less valid.
Gender identity is critical in light of the fact that a mess of individuals have one, and to them it portrays some piece of their identity. This isn’t just about trans individuals, either; there are a far more noteworthy number of cis individuals who have a sexual orientation personality than there are trans individuals.
For better or for more terrible, the sexual orientation that a man communicates to a great extent hues how the world connects with them. A great many people who have a sexual orientation character feel that something about the idea of this cooperation feels right or characteristic, and are open to utilizing that setting as a premise to conceptualize themselves and to structure their associations with the world.
This generally happens consistently, until the point when we get to trans individuals, who have the wrong personality decided for them, and are viably constrained into a connection with the world that feels particularly off base or unnatural. Luckily, we currently have instruments that can go far toward settling this issue, however trans individuals confront a considerable measure of protection from getting to them.
Note that personality signifies “I am,” not “I ought to be” or “I need to be.” A character is a center thought that a man remains constant about themselves, one which they use to characterize their identity. It’s anything but an impulse or a thought, and generally it can’t be changed.