Then again, you're going on about mental illnesses. Please, tell me what mental illness makes you feel like you were born in the wrong body. If you're going to claim that being born the wrong race is a mental disorder, what's the difference between dying your hair because your natural hair color isn't what you want? How about change sex? It's the same thing, if you're going to say it's a mental illness, educate yourself or don't speak.
Also, look at Halle Berry, Latoya Jackson, Lil Kim, and all the others who've bleached their skin. It's a common thing. They've done it, so what's wrong with her doing it? Obviously she wanted to fit into a certain community and she's being ridiculed and she's being told "you have a mental illness." That's bullshit. It's like trying to say "A man can't be a feminist" or "a straight person can't be a supporter of the LGTBQQ+ community" just because they don't fit in.
Look at things from more than one perspective.
If you don't think falsifying data, lying about your background, claiming to suffer from intense racism, and wearing blackface while posting pictures of her adopted brother as her son isn't indicative of something being mentally off with her than you don't understand the magnitude of what Rachel Dolezal is doing.
First and foremost, don't sit here and and try and claim that black celebrities are bleaching their skin to be white (Lil Kim clearly has body dysmorphia...). and every single woman you're talking about still knows their race.
Rachel can at any point stop tanning, stop wearing wigs and drop this whole lie and go back to being a white woman from Montana if it became to difficult to her. And at this point you're arguing that what she is doing isn't blackface and it's irritating. She's been lying for over 20 years (including claiming she was mixed race to cover up why her hair is flat and straight).
If you don't think there is something not mentally ill about her by now, you're either lying or just playing devils advocate lol.