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This deserves to be marked for off topic. Batgirl isn't trans, nor is she going to be in this game, because that DLC list is bull. Therefore, this topic has nothing to do with Injustice.
Seriously, if you post a topic about this on a board that has nothing to do with it, you're obviously:
A: Trolling. B: Attention Whoring. C: Both.
Now for my unwarranted opinion on the off-topic discussion at hand: I consider people what they are. If you're a trans-woman, you're a trans-woman. That's it. Not an insult, nor a compliment. You're still not a woman on a purely biological level. It doesn't mean I won't respect you, or treat you as well as I'd treat anyone else, I'm very accepting of such things.
But moreso, I feel that gender should not play such an important role in a person's identity. The fact that someone feels the need to change their gender is a failure on our culture as a whole. Society should teach people to feel comfortable as themselves, whatever that is, and accept that, instead of trying to make them feel uncomfortable, and feel the need to try to look like the other sex in order to fit in.
How society is structured now, I can see that the people who do change gender benefit from it. But ideally, we should have no "Gender" in our culture. Your biological parts should be that, nothing more. Transgender is something that should not have to exist, ideally.
Transsexual, on the other hand, is a bigger can of worms. I'm not so sure I think it's good for a person to put so much weight in their sexual identity that they must make serious physical changes. Especially since you can't truly change your biological sex, only take steps to alter it in ways. I still respect them, and their decision, but I feel that if someone cannot accept themselves, on a basis of gender, that's not a good thing for the person psychologically. I feel that changing sex is a drastic step, that people should normally avoid, and instead try to come to terms with themselves before they do something irreversible.
PSN:omegamarth. I play fighting games. Official Shaquille O'Neal of the SSB4 board. Yeah, he'll be in the game, don't worry.
Here's food for thought, why must we take already established characters in comics who are straight and make them gay transsexual or whatever. Why can't comics use this reboot to introduce new characters or super heros who are gay? It's like with the green Lantern from earth 2. He wasn't gay it was his son that was. Why change that? I mean really?