I am a cis woman, you are a trans woman, and here is why that distinction does not matter

But, of course, trans women are not real women, which assumption is ironically embedded in the dogmatic assertion that they are, which hinges on a kind of rhetorical coercion. To question the dogma automatically categorizes one as a heretic and ne’er-do-well. But consider that perhaps, like other things, identity is subject to entropy, whereby systems, without contrary influence, progress inevitably towards their most natural state: what does a man who wishes to consider himself a woman become without adornment or deliberate modification? What is his most natural condition?