But then what about the idea that dysphoria can also come from a society who aggressively pushes stereotypes? If dolls and skirts were gender-neutral, would people still feel like the wrong gender? A big problem I have with identity labels as of late is that it goes against the 80's and 90's trend where people were trying to push, "Yeah, so what if a girl plays sports? She's still a girl." or "Yeah, so what if He-Man likes to paint and watch musicals? He's still He-Man."
It hits a point where people now-a-days would go, "Oh, Spinelli HAS to be a lesbian because she likes sports!" or "He-Man MUST be a gay icon, because he's a buff man who wears pink". And the whole non-binary shit where if you're a woman who goes against social norms, you're non-binary? Why do you have to label yourself a different kind of woman just because you don't act like Pacifica?
To me, the big rise in people feeling like they have gender confusion is because groups have been aggressive in enforcing stereotypes and saying, "If you don't follow this, you're something else".