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bloodrose OP wrote

If politics is all about prioritisation, trans-exclusionary feminists have decided to obsess over the entirely fictional scenario of the dress-wearing bathroom predator over the ever-present masculine violence – especially at a time when women find themselves in lockdown with their abusers and working class women of colour face the economic consequences of the collapse of the service sectors in advanced capitalist economies.


aaaaargZombies wrote

This raises another, more specific, question: in what way — if at all — is ‘trans-exclusionary radical feminism’ radical feminism in any meaningful sense?

This was a good article. Thanks for sharing.

With feminist ideas entering into the common sense of mainstream society it's not surprising that some of that common sense will bleed back into feminism.