a monkey that will go ape
I was more just disputing that it was a "good response"Do you think breaking new ground is the only way out of here?
but if one thinks there's a need to reconcile TERF and non-TERF feminism, then yes, very likely
I don't think there is that need - for me the TERF line is the rearguard action of a fight that they've already lost
there is no "wrong side of history" in a general sense, but there is on specific issues in specific contexts
and trans-exclusionary feminists are on the wrong side of history here
mainstream trans visibility and acceptance, and understanding of gender as construct etc, are still extremely new
going forward kids will grow up with a default acceptance of different gender identities. they already are.
not uniformly - no change is ever uniform - but enough that in 20 years this won't be a serious argument