How does that differ from freedom from gender dysphoria? It doesn't, because neither can be guaranteed in a free society, since they'd both be positive rights that would infringe on the rights of others to enforce (namely their free speech rights). And what do you imagine those to be? Do they get their way contrary to the norms of the society? There's plenty they don't get their way on. Seems you're dodging the question. Just like no one denies that the religious believe in god, no one denies that some people truly think they are transgendered. But asking society to accept their beliefs, by calling them their preferred pronouns and letting them use their preferred bathrooms, is the same ask asking society to believe that god exists. Who do you imagine is actively interfering with transgenders transitioning or acting how they wish? LOL! I already said: "...if you can pass as your chosen gender, no one will think twice about you using your chosen bathroom. And if you can't pass as your chosen gender, it's only an issue if you are prone to flashing your junk around. But we can't simply let anyone use any bathroom solely on subjective self-reported gender without enabling potential predators to exploit it." I was asked how do you determine gender, not how do you police bathrooms, so this is a transparent straw man.