You don’t face public discrimination based on your gender identity or sexual orientation. You can almost always find a bathroom that fits your gender identity and isn’t involved in politics. Society and pop culture consistently acknowledge you exist and tell you you’re normal. You’re represented in pop culture - TV, ads, etc. Strangers who assume your pronouns, gender identity, and sexual identity will probably be correct. (People tend to think cis/straight is THE default) It’s assumed that you’re “on the prowl” for the opposite sex. You won’t be denied services based on your gender identity or sexual orientation. Your gender AND sex is represented on official and government documents. You don’t experience verbal or physical harassment from people who consider your gender identity or sexual orientation deviant. Video games and other simulated environments represent your gender identity when you’re asked to choose a binary gender for your character. Your gender identity and sexual orientation are represented in educational curriculum. You’re guaranteed to be able to marry the person you want to marry in most countries. If you adopt a child, your gender identity and sexual orientation will not interfere with your ability to adopt said child. Your government will acknowledge you exist. You won’t be considered sick or perverted for your gender identity or sexual orientation. Your gender identity and sexual orientation are represented to you from birth. Your gender identity and sexual orientation are widely acknowledged by ancient texts, like the Quran, Bible, and writings of ancient philosophers. You won’t be stigmatized for wearing clothes that express your gender identity. Your gender identity and biological sex will be the same from birth. People don’t automatically assume or hold you accountable for following news about queer civil rights. Clothing stores represent your gender identity. You don’t have to worry that your gender identity or sexual orientation are a factor in getting hired or fired from work. When entering a new area or situation, you don’t have to worry that you’ll be discriminated against based on your gender identity or sexual orientation.