They are people. No difference. I rarely notice them when I out and about. Usually someone has to point them out to me before I notice.
NONE of my business
Sun light, artificial light, any light I view anyone in.
You said it.
Just as fellow human beings,its who they are.
As normal people going about the process of finding their true identity. I respect their courage and wish them the happiest life possible.
as any other human..
I think people should be able to live their lives as it makes them happy. I think it is not my or anyone else's business. If people feel better as transgender than as not. It holds true foe every other sexual or societal deviation as well. If it is between or among adults of the age of consent it is their business.