Put an end to this tranny madness.  In God’s infinite wisdom, or lack thereof, each of us was conceived as either a male or female.   Now mere mortal humans are attempting err pretending to undo what can only be changed by God.    Reference the buzz around one Laverne Cox , from Kevin D. Williamson, National Review:

Regardless of the question of whether he has had his genitals amputated, Cox is not a woman, but an effigy of a woman. Sex is a biological reality, and it is not subordinate to subjective impressions, no matter how intense those impressions are, how sincerely they are held, or how painful they make facing the biological facts of life. No hormone injection or surgical mutilation is sufficient to change that.

From a biologically confused, by Matt Wilstein, Mediate:

On that point, one could argue, Williamson is right. Cox is not a “woman” in the narrow, traditional sense that he is capable of comprehending. But nor is she a “man” in the way he insists on describing her throughout his intentionally offensive screed. Cox proudly identifies as transgender and has been instrumental in raising awareness about the issues that many transgender Americans face, like being denied healthcare and bullied or victimized in other violent ways.

Williamson points to the fact that Laverne Cox is a man.   In response, Wilstien argues that Williamson should pander to Cox’s delusion that for some reason he thinks he is a female.   I say, Cox was born a man, and will die a man, without or without an attached penis.   If Cox took off his dress and used the men’s rooms to relieve himself, would Wilstien then argue that Cox treated as a man?

Humans can either live the life as the sex they were conceived, or as the  trannies world, some pale imitation of the the other sex.   The choice is yours.

As for any potential civil rights issue, if I decided that I thought I was black, would I then qualify for racial reparations.   After all, race is only a social construct.