I saw this, this morning, and like always, the same thought went through my head, “There are people on this earth who have to live in poverty, with diseases like cancer and AIDS and HIV - often through no fault of their own (if they were born with it); and people who are “transgender” think that their life is unbearable because they’re in the “wrong body”.” Unbearable is giving birth to a baby who develops leukemia and is too young to understand what’s going to happen to them, unbearable is not knowing where your next meal is coming from for your family. Unbearable is not, IMHO, having to stand/sit in the bathroom instead of the one you think you prefer. Sometimes, and I might be wrong with this, but I think these people need to evaluate what is actually wrong in their lives, probably not that much. They probably have food in their stomachs, clean water to drink, a roof over their heads and probably a disease-free life. I just get so bewildered; we all, ALL, have physical problems that we wish we could change, but we don’t because we’re grateful for what we DO have. A bit of confusion is part of growing up - it’s how we discover and affirm who we are and what we’re here for. It should not be encouraged and focused on when there’s so much else that could have gone wrong in someone’s life.