Transwoman:You can't change you gender just because you feel like itWatch
How would you know? Presumably you are lucky enough not to have had it happen to you, but you have no way of determining what other people are going through in the confines of their own minds, other than what they tell you. Isn't it better to extend them credence than to scorn and marginalise them?
Society is a collection of useful made-up constructs. Get used to it. Identifying as gender-fluid or nonbinary is useful for some people. How does it injure you to humour them, at the very least?
Changing your biological sex hasn't exactly worked though has it? 40% of people who have reassignment surgery want it reversed and there's no evidence that the change results in less depression and reduced suicide rates amongst the Trans community, so it's really not as simple as you make it sound.
I wasn't making a statement on the appropriateness of gender reassignment surgery as a treatment option either, however, transexuality often leads to this procedure.
I'd be interested to know where you found that statistic by the way, I wasn't aware of that.
So much ignorance here smh - being trans isn't about changing your gender, it's actually about rearranging your biological sex to match your gender. Most transwomen change because they were born a woman in a man's body and experience distress and body dysphoria which cis people clearly won't understand.
Maybe instead of taking one convenient piece of anecdotal evidence and making sweeping and damaging statements about an already marginalised group of people, you should educate yourself on gender.
Also, being gender fluid or any other non-binary identity isn't about 'choosing' something, it's about finally finding a way to express and describe what you already are. Society needs to catch up.