Here’s my take I am all for individual freedom of choice in one’s clothing…
BUT…. If your surgeon, lawyer , real estate agent or future employee shows up dressed as the opposite sex how does one respond?
I don’t believe in ridiculing anyone for their personal choices in their own home but let’s be honest most of us who manage people will not hire cross dressers for high-end customer relations jobs.
Also if I had/have spent an untold amount of money for my daughter’s gymnastics lessons, swimming coaches , pool time I would not appreciate a individual who is an intact male competing against my daughter in sports. Or for that matter an individual who developed through puberty as a male and received the advantages of superior muscular development etc by natural testosterone. Let them compete in their own trans league.
I’ll let the Trans community speak to what satisfaction they get from cross dressing or what actual “rights” they are specifically striving for.
In retail I had several cross dressers ask to use the women’s dressing rooms. I always placed them in a private unisex dressing room and never letting on to the contrary.