So what is your suggestion then? That if someone has told me they are a male trapped in a female body I should correct them, no you're a Man who has a female body, so you're a female? Like, that's not my place at all.
I get it. Not all transgender people's sexual organs are tied to their gender identity. But some are, and if I write something based on actual interactions I've had with people, I don't know why you feel the need to zero in on it and say I'm wrong. It's not the point of this piece, and what I've said stands.