That's right, but terms such as "designated sex at birth" are also kinda unfamiliar to the people who don't know a lick of words related to the LGBT+ community except the worldwide known "gay, lesbian, bisexual and trans". It happens that even with trans people, they may use "transexual" instead of "transgender"
Haha, maybe I'll have to make a sacrifice or two in the beginning. But at least I want to try it first; if I see that there's no way to fit it nicely I'll put an author's note and that's it
Oh, don't worry! Everyone is welcomed to share their opinion
You're right, I plan to make the whole process more than a single choice that may confuse the players; after all, self discovery is not instantaneous. As you said, a young MC will have little knowledge of what's going on, why they feel like that (not as their dsab) because not only they don't have the words for it, they are very young. As they grow up, the option will be much more obvious
I'll have to look into it, but it looks like I'll have to introduce Adonis Crowfoot much sooner than I thought. Having a character who lives on the borders (which is kind of like living under a rock) is veeeeery useful
EDIT: it looks like I'm going to rewrite the prologue the sooner I asume I have to, the less it will hurt later on. It will start with uncle dearest paying the MC and Datura one of his usual bi/triannually visit/stay. The MC has to go to the Doctor, but Datura and the staff are too busy and don't have the time, so Adonis will do it. The thing is, Doctor Heder is not available and Adonis has to fill a lot of papers with terms he's not familiar with (since he lives outside The Society). This way, as the medic in charge explains the stuff to him, the player will read it without it being too out of place