I'm a woman and I don't feel much other than curiosity. I don't judge them. I might be uncomfortable in the same way that dealing with minorities makes me uncomfortable- not because I judge them/feel hate or prejudice, but because I worry that what I do or say will be perceived in a way I didn't mean. I think this is just a result of not often coming across minorities of all types (obviously or they wouldn't be minorities) and still being aware of the somewhat delicate relationships people have with others. Not sure if I am getting my point across but oh well.
I also simply don't understand transgender people that well. I am not in the least bit traditional when it comes to gender roles. I acknowledge sexuality and gender as rather fluid and not dichotomous (that is, we all have "feminine" and "masculine" traits). So I don't dress too feminine, I behave the way I behave without heed to whether or not a woman is "supposed" to, other stuff like that. I don't feel the need to attach myself to specific gendered traits like off of a check-list. So when I see a man who feels like a woman and decides he must change, I wonder why he/she can't be who he/she is already. Why is it necessarily womanly to wear dresses and make-up? In my mind, these are entirely socially constructed things.
Sometimes I think that a transgendered person in transition often confirms gender stereotypes rather than challenges them. For example, I saw a woman transition to a man (or maybe he would always be called a he since that is how he identified) on a television special. When she became a man, he worked out, got really buff, and then....well, nothing much. I don't understand why he could not simply have done that without physically transitioning. Why does a person need to look the part to be themselves?
Ok, well, this obviously is still something I'm thinking about. I don't mean to sound offensive by any means. I follow a 'live and let live' policy. I just have trouble understanding the motivation behind it all. Maybe a comment in the "more info" section would help if the original poster reads this.