Obviously not! Just read some baeddel blogs. If you take out the parts about “transfeminism” and their “laydeebrains” or what have you, these blogs are impossible to distinguish from the blogs of any 20-something “outsider” heterosexual male who feels “conflicted” about being a man but still wants to fuck his girlfriend. This is a normal stage in male development that a lot of males go through, tbh!
Looking at people’s behavior objectively, the majority of “trans women” clearly behave and think a lot more like men than like women. That’s why trans activists like Parker Molloy complain about the “stereotype” that trans women are simply “men in dresses”: the majority of us are! This is also why gender non-conforming children are so important to lifestyle fetishists like Autumn Sandeen (and Parker, lbr): they desexualize and thereby legitimize the trans delusion.
I think it’s actually pretty rare that trans women are resocialized as women - first, that requires being consistently assumed to be female by everyone you interact with over a long period of time, which is not the case for the majority of trans women. Second, it requires either not having internalized a lot of male privilege (which is pretty uncommon but could be the case for some mtf’s who grew up as put-upon gay boys) or having actually done the hard work for disentangle male privilege from your life experience. Third, it requires really listening to women, in order to understand the way the world works for people raised female. When I started this blog, I thought resocialization was relatively widespread. The longer I write this blog, the more I question it. Trans activists prove every day through their actions that for the most part radical feminists are entirely correct: transgenderism is a men’s sexual rights movement, and trans women are men.