fair enough, yes gender is our interpretation of what a male and a female should be, but you can't entirely disassociate gender and sex.
Simply because some things in your body and the way you're coded can influence whether you're (or act like) male or female right?
Anyway, I've heard a few stories here, in France, about these kids (we're talking middle school) who think they're something else without even having developped the maturity to actually think things through.
It created, for these kids, a constant struggle for identity in front of other kids who cannot comprehend it and bully.
What I'm saying is, perhaps we should stop talking aout it to younger generations (unfortunately they're always on the net) about the possibility that they could be X Y Z instead of what they are.
I reckon it's already difficult enough to find an identity when there's blacks, whites, arabs and et cetera so it makes it even more difficult for kids to grow up in a stable environment.