For anyone unfamiliar, Datalounge is a discussion board where snarky gay males of my generation (X) have hung out since 1995. It is unapologetically anti-trans, and surprise, surprise, seems to suffer from little other than occasional TRA trolling posts that are quickly and mercilessly put down.
I find it refreshing to read those threads because the comments are sensible, funny, unanimously opposed and so relaxed. They are relaxed, of course, because the threat represented by TRAs to gay men is not substantially worse in scope than anything else they've faced in the past, and they have had some success in keeping it out of their intimate space.
Women can't be relaxed like that, though Ovarit discussions are the closest thing I've experienced.
Anyway--was curious to know if anyone is aware of DDoS attacks, efforts to deplatform or other TRA actions against Datalounge. If not, it's a good comp to share with the 'just be kind' crowd when arguing TRA activism is just another form of misogyny.