This may not seem significant but please, for a second, I invite you to actually think about my body for a second. Figuratively speaking, I am giving you permission to look at me naked, while I explain just what the problem is with the header of this post.
I know that I have a hormone disorder…
I agree with everything you’re saying except the cissexism implicit in your language choices. You say you’re “scientifically female” which is cissexist (there is NO ‘scientific’ basis for being female that doesn’t break down to cissexism/binarism) and you compare your beard’s texture to that of “an operator of a Size Category 2 Phallus with External Attachments”. But not every person with a “phallus” can grow a beard, so this is also kinda cissexist/essentialist. Your whole point seems to be that you can’t equate genital shape or gender identity with the presence or absence of a beard, yet your language still reinforces that same binary.
In short, I agree that beards are awesome, women with them are awesome, body hair shaming has got to go, and the dwarven women’s beards in the Hobbit movie were a total cop-out—but please leave the cissexism/binarism out of the language you use to talk about this.