^^^ Chino, that's absolutely how I feel. I have a step-daughter who is a senior in high school and a daughter that is a freshman, and let me tell you this: for every one or two dudes in each state that is using "gender-confused" as a means to coerce young girls into a sexual act, there are 25 football players, 10 lacrosse players, 20 hockey players, and another 30 or 40 wanna-be-rock stars in each HIGH SCHOOL that are simply using their very existence to do the exact same thing.
Not all, not even most, but some of these kids today are pigs. I've already had to tell two kids at the high school in my town that they figure out what it really means to be a man or they're going to answer to the police. I shit you not. I actually had to go to the police on another (tangentially related) matter, and in the conversation he mentioned the website that is kind of sort of like craigslist for selfie pictures of girls. It's all anonymous, and divided up by town, and in some cases, by school. I didn't go on - for obvious reasons (the "it's research!" didn't work for Pete Townsend, so I'm not going to chance it myself) - but my stepdaughter did, and it was sickening how often she said "whoa, I know her!".
While I feel bad for people dealing with transgender issues (and believe there may be ways of dealing with it psychologically) this issue to me is evidence of a stark and startling lack of perspective.