you think I'm transgender? cool.
I'll give you a more complete answer, and then I'll be done with this thread. No, that's not how medical practices operate. No females are getting steroids from their doctors, at least in the US (If we're not talking about the US it might be different) without having a psychologist/psychiatrist referral, a thorough evaluation for treatment of a gender dysphoric condition, etc. If a patient has seen specialists who, after thorough evaluation, deem that gender transitioning is the appropriate measure to take for that patient's psychological or physiological condition, that patient may then begin hormone therapy to be monitored/directed by a physician, likely an endocrinologist.
Essentially, this boils down to the fact that your assertion of 'transgenders being able to get legal steroids easily' is demonstrably false. I hope this helps you understand the process better. You clearly did not understand it when you asked your initial question.