It is possible, but only if you have a language and there are no diseases causing dumbness. Otherwise, it will be possible to name only in writing (of course, provided that you have fingers / hands / can write). There is no other way.
Nature has no mistakes. All these newfangled things - femenism, gender reassignment, protection of the rights of everyone in a row - from an overabundance of resources and free time and thanks to technological progress. After all, if, leaving the house, it was necessary to be afraid of something (tigers, robbers, death from hunger, drought) all this would not have happened and society would return to the good old patriarchy. Look at the world - the less developed a society, the closer it is to the patriarchal structure.
And now it only remains to see whether such a progressive left-liberal civilization will stand against the rest of the less developed world. The question is not obvious, and it is not a fact that in our lifetime we will know the answer.
"He claims that man is only an intermediate link that nature needs to create the crown of creation: glasses of cognac with a slice of lemon." - Arkady and Boris Strugatsky. Monday starts on Saturday. There is such a possibility that the monomer turned into a polymer was already an accident or a mistake, and we are all a continuation of this mistake. EVERYTHING and no matter how we calm ourselves down and attribute divine origin.
And the hell knows.
Personally, it seems to me that if it was possible to talk to nature, of course, she would say "oops" about a transgender person. But it only seems to me that way, because I am not familiar with her, which means, no matter how much I would like to think more broadly, I transfer my own image and likeness to her.
Or maybe a transgender is completely not a mistake of nature. Perhaps it is a mistake to regard as something out of the ordinary a consciousness that rejects the rigid cultural division into two genders.
Society is potentially a very flexible thing. Society allows behavior that would definitely lead to death in the wild, but in society, on the contrary, such people are protected in every possible way, protected and written all sorts of warning "Slippery floor" and "Do not get in, kill". And adding to this list another strange behavior for cultured people would be a piece of cake.
It's just that if cultured people find it difficult and consider transgender people a mistake of nature, maybe their culture is not cultural enough?
Well so this is fixable, fortunately.
No. A mistake is an action as a result of which a certain intended target moves away instead of getting closer, or even becomes unattainable. Nature has no goal, and evolution also has no, therefore they cannot be wrong.