These opinions, Florinus, that I may speak in mild terms, are not of sound doctrine; these opinions are not consonant to the Church, and involve their votaries in the utmost impiety; these opinions, even the heretics beyond the Church's pale have never ventured to broach; these opinions, those presbyters who preceded us, and who were conversant with the apostles, did not hand down to thee.
For, while I was yet a boy, I saw thee in Lower Asia with Polycarp, distinguishing thyself in the royal court, and endeavouring to gain his approbation.
Let’s take it a step further: if a trans person does not disclose that information before entering a physical relationship, there should be legal consequences.
If you know you possess some quality that might be a deal breaker for a large swath of people, you should 167% tell them before you do anything that might really hurt them.
It’s worth noting that many trans people have spoken up and said disclosure is a must. The justification of deception and sexual assault does nothing for the trans community, which is an already marginalized community that is actually subject to experience more sexual assault than their cis counterparts.
But when you say transgender people don’t need to come out to their partners before entering a romantic relationship, and if I think otherwise then I’M the one with the problem? Denying someone the ability to give informed consent is nothing short of sexual assault. So why is it OK to deny cis people that very same right that allowed you to do what you chose to your body?
To add insult to injury, we’re all transphobic just if we don’t want to have sex with a trans person? You mean to tell me that cis people can’t be upset if ya pull down ya drawers and something you're expecting isn't there? Evil, privileged, cis people deserve to be treated with human decency, too.