If a person we're both transgender and religious, which of the gendered brachos would they make for birchos hashachar?
Shelo asani isha: this person was either MADE an isha or BECAME one, so making a birchas hoda'a seems inappropriate.
She'asani kirtzono: as above, they clearly do not think their birth state (how they were "made" by Hashem) is preferable, so offering thanks would seem to be inappropriate.
Additionally, would the answer be different before surgical transition?
To explain, I am NOT asking how we define the gender of such a person - I am asking how such a person would handle making the brachos in question, since each would appear to result in either a falsehood (as they were not "made" that way) or something they would not properly be making a hoda'a on (which is apparent due to the premeditated switching of genders).