I hate most forms. I hate them because they try to club you into categories and file you away. I hate them because they usually ask for "Father's/Husband's Name" and rarely for the name of your wife or mother -would it hurt to write "parent" and "spouse", if they do need to know? I hate that it's usually mandatory to fill out surnames, and sometimes middle names as well. (My telecom service provider used the Guy's first name to give me a middle initial, even though I don't use his last name. A friend described how he started using a last name, even though he didn't have one, because it needs to be filled in on forms.)
I hate that they ask you for your religion. And that "atheist" is not an option.
They seem so inhuman, these forms. So unreasonable. So unable to grasp that people don't come in little colour-coded boxes.
But I hadn't really thought about what a transgender person faces. I read this and shuddered.