I think the confusion comes, from the fact that some if not all Latin languages have 3 genders for nouns and adjectives, male, female and neutral. This has nothing to do with trannies or fags, it's just the way you know what preposition or suffix a noun uses. It's just a thing in grammar and that's all.
you have male nouns(both singular and plural form have the male preposition) such as man, dog, wolf, backpack, earring, pony, rose; you have female nouns(both singular and plural form have the female preposition) such as woman, cat, car, school, house, will, fox, lily; and neutral(singular and plural form differs) such as milk, blood, clock, courage, chair. It has nothing to do with a thing being attributed to men or women, it's just the way grammar works. I think the same thing is true in Spanish, and this is why there is some confusion with American liberals.