I’m not going to comment here about surgery or teaching/exams, as both are off-topic.
That is not the scenario I was thinking of. If you tell me you’re Slovak yet I insist on referring to you as Czech because that’s how I “perceive” you, then that’s problematic because it’s at best disrespectful to you and at worst psychologically damaging.If police is after me and they ask you what nationality I am and you think I am Czech, then the sentence is utterly normal.
It’s only a reference to a binary system that many people have historically believed exists and many people today believe exists. It doesn’t mean you believe that that binary system exists.I wouldn't have guessed that it refers to binary system which is supposed not to exist.
Not all people with a non-traditional gender identity have gender dysphoria.Gender dysphoria is still classified as mental illness.
That’s an all-or-nothing fallacy. Even if you disagree with the surgery you can still support people’s right to disclose their true gender identity.I think people should be aware that providing inclusive gender options is entangled with a belief system which enables those surgeries.