Yeah, but the statistics prove that for transgender males, the suicide rate is far higher than the general population, after the operation. If this were all about gender, then that sense if dissatisfaction ought to be corrected with gender reassignment, and it quite clearly isn't.When they start to live their lives as the other gender, this sense of unrest is often relieved. Maybe I'm over simplifying it, or completely off based, but that's how I see it at least for now.
I'm not against people living how they want to live, they can do what ever they like, it's none of my business of course. But suggesting that gender reassignment is some sort of panacea for unhappiness, is not necessarily going to be helpful.
Dissatisfaction, is an inherent aspect of the human condition. Problems, are inseparable from a sense of self. Being human, is two aspects. The human is the form, and the being is the formless. The human will always be unsatisfied. While the being is wholeness itself.
I suggest, that the feeling of being in the wrong body, is quite possibly a feeling transposed from the the inherent human feeling of dissatisfaction, focused on body as the source of that dissatisfaction. Altering gender then, in this instance, will not alleviate the feeling of dissatisfaction, at least not for long, as the feeling of dissatisfaction is not a personal problem to be solved, but rather an inherent aspect of the human condition, not something that can be solved through any effort of ones own, but a situation to be accepted, and therefore transcended.