I'm not fighting against anybody. I don't see how making a film is a travesty that's all, beats me.
The AGP etiology of gender dysphoria hypothesis has been and continues to be used to deny people access to the drugs and surgeries that they need to transition.
For instance, it is used by transphobes to say that transwomen aren't really women mentally but suffer from the effect of a mental illness; and therefore they aren't competent to make rational decisions (and in their opinion the only rational decision is to accept and embrace One's assigned gender) .
Further, AGP theory is pseudoscientific (not only does it use cherry picking of data, but since anyone who doesn't fit the two types is assumed to be lying it is unfalsifiable- two big characteristics of pseudoscience) and probably many of the members here fear that making a film on it in which it treats it as if it seriously will only give its supporters undue legitimacy.
It would be like a film that treats intelligent design and evolution as if they were equally legitimate instead of ID being pure scientific nonsense. Or a film treating flat earth hypothesis the same as the world is a globe theory.
I believe they feel (and I agree) that promoting such a theory, is a tragedy because It has hurt so many and the film might convince many laymen that it is true.
That said, if done right, like an expose showcasing all the problems with AGP hypothesis, a film could do the opposite. But based on the many conversations that we have had with you, you have left us feeling as if that is a very unlikely outcome.