Most of my trans friends are proud of who they are. They're proud of their gender and how they express themselves. They say they hate it when people think that all transgender people wish they were cis. I understand what they're saying and even agree with it, but they act as if they're better than transpeople who wish they were cis. It's to the point where I'm afraid to even casually mention that I do actually wish I were a cisgender male. I understand that transpeople wishing they were cis is a stereotype, but that doesn't mean that none of us fit the stereotype. It's similar to when people claim that masculine gay men are better than feminine gay men since feminine gay men are the stereotype and therefore their existance is "confirming the stereotype" or whatever. It's just not fair. I honestly am proud of being trans and proud of myself for coming out and transitioning, but I don't think I can honestly say that I would stay trans if magically given the option to become cis. Even if I lost all my memories of being trans. Also, this is all dysphoria. Please stop making me feel like my dysphoria is my own fault because I "don't have enough trans pride" or that I have "internalized transphobia" because it has nothing to do with hating transness and everything to do with having dysphoria.