由此可以理解，空间的感知实际上是由个体的主观感知决定的。社会中通常存在着一种暴政。人们发现，在大多数社会中，人们用二元分异来识别性别。这种社会性别的二分性分化倾向于边缘化和排斥跨性别群体(Doan, 2010)。这是一种对个人的无政府状态和压迫。跨性别群体根本就没有空间或讲台(Grossmanand D’augelli, 2006)。在公共场所，尤其是在洗手间，这种发音很明显。跨性别者在他们所受压迫的社区中缺乏空间，进而导致安全环境的进一步缺乏，并导致对人们的干扰(Grossman and D’augelli, 2006)。但一些女权主义团体明确要求空间的性别区分，以确保妇女在社区中受到保护。他们说，妇女迫切需要有自己的空间，以保护自己免受社区中捕食者的伤害。出于这个主要的原因，他们想为女性提供一个隐蔽的空间(斯基格斯，2001)。在这一点上，跨性别群体没有被考虑在内。这种固有的政治分化是这些社会中所有问题的根源(Jeffreys, 2014)。跨性别群体被排除在外的另一个原因是，他们在社会中的数量很少。他们的观点被简单地忽略了，由于体积上的差异，他们没有空间(Gurney, and Mills, 2007: Whittle, et al.， 2007)。这本质上导致了一个结论，即对空间的感知是基于人的身份。因此，有必要了解身份及其在社会中形成的根源。
From this it can be understood that the perception of space is actually determined based on the subjective perceptions of the individuals. There is generally a tyranny that exists in the societies. It has been found that in majority of the societies they use the binary differentiation to identify the genders. This dichotomous differentiation of gender in the society tends to marginalize and exclude the transgender communities (Doan, 2010). This is a form of anarchy and oppression against the individuals. There is simply no space or podium for the people belonging to the transgender communities (Grossmanand D’augelli, 2006.) It is pronounced in public spaces esp. the restrooms. Subsequent to this lack of space for the transgender in the communities they are subjected to oppression, this leads to further lack of safe environment and leads to creation of disturbances of the people (Grossman and D’augelli, 2006). But some feminist groups ask explicitly for the gendered differentiation of spaces to ensure that the women are protected in the communities. They state that there is an imperative need for the women to have their own space to protect themselves from the predators in the communities. They want a secluded space for women for this primary reason (Skeggs, 2001). In this the transgender community is not factored. This inherent politics of differentiation is the root of all issues in these societies (Jeffreys, 2014). Another reason for exclusion of the transgender community is that they are very few in numbers in the societies. Their views are simply overlooked and there is no space for them because of the sheer differences in volume (Gurney, and Mills, 2007: Whittle, et al., 2007). This essentially leads to the conclusions that perception of a space is based on the identity of the person. For this there is a need to understand about the identity and the roots of identity formation in the society.