Manning was diagnosed before al this. His CO knew about it and it wasn't an issue. It's no longer DADT - it's up to each commanding officer to handle it as they so choose. Of course you have a problem with that, because that doesn't fit your narrative. The diagnosis was made 16 years ago.
I'm still not hearing any evidence for an underlying cause, which still means that in fact you have no idea.
SRS isn't considered cosmetic surgery.
And yet it is, by your own admission, by definition a cosmetic surgery.
If it impacts your coordination, that's your problem. For many people, it doesn't. Of course, it also helps that, unlike you, I can use either hand for most tasks.
When firing a weapon, I can use both hands to a reasonable degree, but still it would be best if I could use my right hand, because when holding and steadying the weapon it takes precise coordination in more muscles than just those in your arm.
As for kidney donations, I've already offered. Turns out the patient was too sick to survive the surgery at the time, and I'm now past the age of donation. Go donate a kidney, then we'll talk.
I've had kidney disease for practically my entire adult life, which means I can't even be a living donor for other organs, like liver. I've been donating blood since I was a teenager however, and only recently stopped when it was advised that I have chronic anemia.
Also, while testosterone does make trans men grow a beard, it doesn't cause them hair loss.
I didn't say that it causes hair loss, rather that it does in most cases. And guess what:
So you're quite wrong here. And look at that, I seem to know the science of gender differences better than you do.
So much for "trashing my arguments."
The thing is, I haven't met any girls that aren't grossed out by it, nor am I somehow a repressed gay.
And what does ANY of this have to do with calling Manning by her legal name? If the military can do it, why can't you? Not man enough?
I've already explained this, and furthermore it has nothing to do with whether or not I'm a man. Oh wait, but remember how you said that men are more likely to not accept that viewpoint? So you're very much contradicting yourself.
Come on up here and say it to my face and I'll have the cops on your ass in minutes. Here we have laws against hate speech. Not my fault that you're the only G8 country that has to catch up, same as in so many things.
Except nothing I've said can be considered hateful. You on the other hand have said plenty of hateful things against not only myself, but rednecks and Americans.
Oh what's that? Those aren't considered hateful because those aren't "protected" by your hate laws? How hypocritical, which is the first problem with "hate" laws. The second problem is that they can and do end up being abused to silence political speech. We're not behind in this regard at all, in fact I'd say we're rather ahead. People have the right to be assholes, the fact that you believe otherwise is why I call you an evil Mr Rogers:
Watch that movie if you haven't. Anyways, you're an asshole, just a self righteous one, and somehow that makes you think you're legitimate and I'm not. You're quite wrong though. In fact you are by all definitions a bigot.
Simple - you refuse to refer to someone by their legal name because of their birth sex. That's bigotry.
No, it's not bigotry. Again, let me quote the definition of bigotry:
Intolerance toward those who hold different opinions from oneself.
Now explain to me, how are you NOT a bigot? You keep dodging this question and I'd like to hear your answer.