Does undergoing a sex change operation constitute being true to one's self? Or does it evince an extreme inability to know and then accept thyself? What a conundrum these questions do pose.
My answers are no and yes, respectively. A sex change--self-mutilation, really--is an abomination, and an abomination that, prior to modern medical techniques, was only relegated to slaves, miscreants, and zealous ascetics. It's not something psychologically stable people voluntarily undergo.
Presumably the normalization of homosexuality would end the bizarre desire for the practice. A gay man no longer has any ostensible need to assume the anatomical visage of a woman to attract the attention of other men--there's an enormous market that caters to gay men and to lesbians and rather than being a mark of shame, flaunting one's homosexuality has now become a venerable badge of honor in the West.
If the desire can be chalked up to wanting to increase the range of potential male suitors from the ~3% of the population that is homosexual to the 97% that is heterosexual, well, in addition to being repugnantly devious, that also seems doomed to failure. Heterosexual men have an evolutionarily well-tuned ability to hone in on body proportions and detect when things are awry, with vanishing sexual interest an almost unavoidable consequence.