honestly? most people who identify as a non dysphoric trans person do feel minimal dysphoria, usually social or body dysphoria easily mistaken as a low self image that only is felt occasionally. oftentimes they dont even REALIZE its actually dysphoria, or if they do recognize it they think its so minimal it might as well not be a thing.
dysphoria comes in many different “types”, be it top, bottom, hair, social, or what have you. dysphoria comes in many different intensities from almost nonexistant to strong but long periods of time between each experience, to strong and almost constant dysphoria.
every trans person is different. you have no right to police their experiences, and you have no right to tell a trans person that theyre not trans.