Yet one trans fellow, Nick Krieger has been voicing that heck, he doesn't mind. Here's how he explains his position in "Proud of My Junk", one of his articles on Original Plumbing:
"I have no interest in deflecting questions about my body. Sometimes I wonder if we stopped hiding what’s going on down there, removed the big yellow caution banner that says 'Top Secret,' the rest of society would stop caring so much. I understand our argument that we don’t ask cisgender (non-trans) folks about their stuff, so they have no right to ask about ours, but we also know more about theirs. I mean, we may not know whether theirs bows left or right, or if theirs were a flower what flower it would be, but there is a general awareness. Most cisgender people have no idea about the awesomeness behind our zippers. And I often think that if more people knew, my dating pool would actually increase, people would be less afraid of accidentally offending me (something I hear regularly), and there’d be less anxiety about some unknown mystery meat in my pants."