S.J.WBecause a trans brain is wired differently than a brain from their sex. A blacks person brain is wired no differently (on average) to a whites person brain. I could see how you get confused by this because it's all very new.
I bet everyone's brains are modeled differently. And as far as the articles you posted, personally the only one I care for is the MRI one and I can't even read the paper cause I don't have access. Needless to say I bet you don't either and posting stuff no one can access just because it has an abstract that supports your case isn't really a good way to go about supporting yourself. For me, it's the only one that relies on mostly data vs. asking people which is an awful source of information.
Also one of the papers that one of the articles references say they did a similar if not same kind of study to another paper in that group of links, but they found no significant differences in what they're looking at.
What I do want to know is what's with the 3T magnet, there's stronger ones than that by a longshot. Is 3T good for this or is that just a common strength MRI to have. That's an MRI technique I know nothing about.
Anyway everyone should chill with posting links to scientific papers especially since not everyone can access them. Plus unless you're a practicing scientist (I am - molecular bio, biochem, genetics, that kind of thing) then I don't think you're really qualified to speak about these papers. Just because you can read the results in the abstract and just because they say it's true doesn't mean it's true.
This whole trans-(insert characteristic) stuff certainly doe not have the volume of research behind it needed to say anything concrete.