Hi! I’m a tetrachromat! That means I can see subtler shades of colors across most of the spectrum than the majority of people, who are trichromats! And yet, this is just as much of a “mistake” as partial color blindness! And no, I can’t tell you how the experience of it is different from seeing “normally”, but I imagine being a trichromat’s kind of dull in comparison, and wouldn’t care to change it just to be “normal”! Seriously, screw differencephobes!
Oh yeah, and most of the major trans studies in North America are being done in San Fransisco or Toronto, and it’s only in the past few decades that they’re being studied as people and not as severely disturbed mental patients, so what would you expect?