Trans identifiers who claim to be homosexual on the basis of the sex they identify with are immaturely and pathologically focused on physical attributes at the expense of the substance of homosexuality.
Through spreading rhetoric of "genital preference", they're regressing the public debate back to a time when society framed the nature of our relationships only in shallow terms of sexual activity. It's a manipulative misappropriation of public sentiment via a childish form of retribution for an apparent lack of self esteem. What's most insidious is how their tactic sows confusion, misunderstanding, and self-doubt around the nature of our sexuality among naive homosexuals.
How many of us homosexuals have put much thought into considering what it truly means to be oriented to intimacy with a partner of the same sex?
I see the fundamental essence of homosexual attraction as an emotional connectivity with one other's biological sameness. External body parts and secondary sex characteristics merely touch the easily observable surface, but since that's the maximum extent by which a heterosexual trans identifier can relate, they are limited to a superficial and inadequate set of assumptions about the nature of homosexual orientation, much less heterosexual orientation. It's ignorance. Our easily manipulated gay brothers and lesbian sisters are also ignorant. Their minds are so consumed by underclass ideology that they've no capacity left for realizing that the alphabet diversity game is stripping us of our shared yet individually born identities.
Attraction to same sex physical features are an outer layer of our sexuality whereas desiring same sex romantic intimacy is fulfilling an innate psychological impulse to be unified with the same sex. Only same sex partners can provide the necessary relativity to each other's mutual homosexual desire. The same applies to heterosexuality in the inverse. Heterosexuality and homosexuality are opposite sides of a complex coin. It would be far more appropriate to place those two phenomena in a box together than it is to group either with sex identification. Gender theory further distorts and unnecessarily complicates the distinction.
Trans identifiers are at most a novelty in terms of sexual experience. It doesn't matter much that they approximate the look of the other sex. In the end, the state of knowing that person is biologically the same forms the fundamental basis of an emotional connection with a same sex partner.
Hopefully a silver lining to the the rise in trans theory lunacy is that it will catalyze more of us to better understand what defines our sexuality, thereby helping truth to ultimately contain this public mental health crisis.