Being Gender Fluid has nothing to do with which set of genitalia one has, nor their sexual orientation."While not all crossdressers are gender fluid, a majority of them are (even if they don't know it).Being gender fluid does not mean he or she is homosexual (it really has little to do with it: look at my reasoning about myself above), and does not mean he or she is always more or less feminine or masculine.We all have preconceived notions of what gender is: It. Because everyone in society has these ideas of what's normal, everyone follows them, thinks it's all there for "a reason", and consequently, they don't step out of it for fear of ridicule by others or at the very least, puzzlement. In today's world, how much difference is there left after that?And it's understandable: whenever people see something out of the ordinary, they are quick to call it "weird". As nothing is functional beyond that, why should physical gender representation even matter, then?
It could be for other reasons too, or anywhere in between.
After learning about the differences, and how conforming to human-made gender roles makes little sense logically, one can quickly understand why this view is uninformed and illogical.
Now I am not saying, that gender is completely socially constructed.
Before reading this post, I encourage you to read it with an open mind and heart.
There's a lot of info in here, some disagreeable to some, so just be prepared to receive my opinion, think about it, and feel free to explore more yourself after reading.