This is certainly extreme, even for conservative western people.You say “extreme” but your examples are about trans people having basic human rights and women marching to demand their rights. Granted it may have people that try to hijack the demands of the majority of these two aggrieved demographics, but they should be dealt with diplomatically and not allowed to take away the attention from the overall purpose; rule of law. NGOs and civil society groups are going to do what ever they want, but unless the majority want that change or can influence the powerful to change the laws, it is not something to be overly worried about. Better to focus on enforce the law across the border, and it losing the focus on the economy.
"Gender non-conforming, blend of both, X, self-identification" This means nothing to a Pakistani. It's rubbish imported from the west.
And how is sitting with your legs spread, "demanding for rights"?
These are imported ideologies that have nothing to do with Pakistan, our women have a lot more important things to ask for than spreading their legs wide open when sat down. Of course both of these things will be seen extreme by Pakistani society, even western conservatives would.
Both examples push religious moderate folks who were promised a Muslim homeland towards extremism in the form of TTP, etc. It's their country and armed struggles especially within Pashtuns are part of their culture, their recruitment also spreads to Panjabis, etc, who agree with them.