Nope, that definition for transgender is terrible, and not accurate at all. Hint: Someone can be transgender without also being transsexual, or cross-dressing.
So, given an official reputable source, i.e. Oxford or Webster dictionary, how can you tell when it's incorrect?
Excuse me, there are no official sources. Some may be more reputable than others, but none are official.
According to your logic, women who like football, beer, dirt and sports and men who like pink, dramas, flowers and shopping are transgenders.
How the **** did you come to that conclusion?
Do you call all feminine men ***?
Not unless they are.
If not, why would you call them women ?
Why would i call men women? That's absurd, i would never intentionally do that.
If we're co-ed on buses, work offices, schools, etc. what's so special about bathrooms, lockers, etc.?
Well, i guess it relates to the purposes of the rooms. There's no particular reason someone would expect more privacy just because they are on a bus. I'm not sure how this addresses what i asked though.
No and no.
1. The point is that the way its built isn't on customer satisfaction (excluding the obvious *** which you are denying), because the set up cause women to wait to use the bathroom when there are open stalls in another bathroom. Might as well separate based on height, weight or age. If you're over 40, you use bathroom A, if you're under 40, you use bathroom B. You cause one bathroom to flood while the other one being open. That's not customer satisfaction.
2. If urinals save money and most people do #1 than #2, why wouldn't you implement urinals? You're wasting water doing an entire flush for urine when you can have waterless urinals.
So...you're arguing for uni-gender bathrooms which should include urinals? What is your point? Yes, i'm aware that a single bathroom would be more efficient than separate ones. Why do you keep saying this? Sometimes efficiency isn't the only thing that matters.
Let me try this again.
Good idea, sometimes when you're not making any sense it's best to just try again.
1. You've agreed that *** is defined by reproduction organs, i.e. men have penises and women have vaginas.
Well, more or less. Of course there's more to it than that, but we don't really need to go into the minor details.
2. You've agreed that men use urinals
I'm with you so far. Most men i've known do, indeed use urinals when they are available. I've used them before, and indeed they are pretty convenient.
3. Men with female genders are not trans. See top of post.
Huh? You've lost me. A "man with a female gender" seems like a decent enough attempt to define "trans woman".
4. If bathrooms were designed to separate genders, then they would include men with female genders who would use urinals.
Nope, they would not. And even if they would, they are such a small minority, that they don't need to be accommodated here.