As I've said before, you're not thinking of other things like socialization and I mean deacdes worth of socialization at that. For example in 1989 atI'd say Dimetrodon's main point is that the differences are on average, not absolute.
Masculine = hobbies more common for males.
Feminine = hobbies more common for females.
So if out of a sample of 10 million kids, 4 million girls like dolls and only 1 million boys do, dolls are feminine. It is not prescriptive, it is descriptive.
École Polytechnique in Montreal, there was an incident where a university professor separated the men and women into separate sexed groups, told the male students to leave and shouted at the women claiming that he hated feminist and blamed these women for taking up space in "traditionally male" occupation of engineering (and then shot at them, killing 14 of them). The thing I'm trying to point out here is of a gender norm being disrupted all because some women actually wanted to get into engineering and went against what society expects women to be interested in.
And aside from a more extreme example like that, take every day life back in the old times. How if a little girl wanted to do something that wasn't perceived as feminine, she would get reprimanded by her parents and peers and thus, it intruded her young mind that breaking a gender norm (I.E: having an interest that girls are not supposed to be interested in) will be seen as a problem. And in the time, other young girls could see these examples and not even entertain breaking set gender roles because they feel it will cause aienation among themselves (again, I'm speaking of young children here) and again, vice versa with little boys.And vice versa with little boys interested in non-masculine things. Again, i'm talking about life pre-1970s. I'm talking about Western culture.
And that's the key word, "culture". And as we've seen culture which is socially constructed has changed in the last centuriy. That's why in my other comment, I mentioned "Says who?" Who decides what interests men and women are supposed to be in? The answer? Other men and women (via society which is why it's a "social construct").
I know that "troons" are opposed from deeper analysis only I wouldn't say "many", I'd say ALL. Because like I said, thinking critically about it, the whole trans ideology is super reliant on socially constructed gender norms and without them, the ideology falls apart.As I have mentioned twice previously, it is impossible to tell the sex of an individual via brain MRI with current medical science, and troons are opposed to any further research of this because it would out many of them as “cis.”
I don't disagree with the notion that they don't take into acocunt homosexuality but it got corrupted because these "Troon" brain scans are odne after the fact of the individual spending a good amount of time on drugs (the hormones) which in fact do alter the brain but they tried to pass it off as "Trans brain" when it wasn't and I especially find it funny how they never really use a before and after pic of said brain because I am more than sure that if you showed the brain before the drugs, it wouldn't look like that at all and in fact, would be another thing that destroys trans ideology.you can guess with 70-80 % accuracy. neuroscientists have given each other brain scans with the sex redacted in studies to test it out, and while it isn't accurate enough to be diagnostic of anything, it is significantly better than chance. There are female typical and male typical brain features. There are female and male typical distributions of all kinds of things, like the length of each digit on a hand, it doesn't mean a lot though. There are lots of anatomical presentations that are unusual but also totally harmless.
the biggest flaw in the brain scans of troons study is that they didn't control for homosexuality. Homosexuals have already been found to have brains that are more typical of the opposite sex on average. That is a huge problem since they have record of a bunch of people whose brains could be said to be in the "wrong" body, but they aren't transgender. The subjects also took hormones and lived in their desired sex for a long time, both of those things change your brain.