When someone suffers from gender dysphoria, society should help the person accept who they really are. By expecting society to reject reality in favor of an internal disconnect, everyone (most especially the sufferer) loses, and we do a disservice to all involved. Perception, even self-perception, is not always reality. We should all strive to accept, then deal with, reality, even when it conflicts with our self-perception. Understanding the reality is the first step. To do otherwise puts us in the position of being an enabler and harming the individual with gender dysphoria (or any other kind of dysphoria, for that matter). Such acceptance of erroneous self-perception opens the gates to further acceptance of unreality.