Where is the delineation point between personality, and what the left defines as gender? In other words: what are the characteristics of gender that make it a concept unique from personality?
If we accept that "gender norms" are simply a statistical average, and that both biological men and women can have personality types that differ from the statistical majority, what purpose does the term "gender" serve, that "personality" does not? For example, why is a man who wants to look like a biological female, and has interests that are atypical for biological men, not simply a man who wants to look female and engage in atypical interests? Why is that not simply his personality? Why should a man feel he's a woman (or less of a man) just because his personality isn't one that's heavily into the things that a "masculine" man would be?