As a white cis-gendered man I'm about as privileged as it gets. To be in my safe space I can... just go outside. However, in the last couple of months I've realised more and more that I feel really really comfortable in safe spaces (both physical as well as digital). In my area even in traditionally leftist spaces there's a lot of hypermasculinity and prejudice when it comes to mental health issues for example. In safe spaces a lot of the times people share my views concerning things like mental health, body normativity, politics, acceptance of emotionality and just positivity in general.
While I've never had a negative experience in a safe space I know that the question of including people like me is somewhat controversial. Obviously I don't want anyone to feel like I'm taking these spaces away from them.
I'd love to know from queer people specifically how you feel about this.