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Their aim is to turn every hard-won single-sexed space into a mixed-sex space. Women's sports, women's rape refuges, change rooms, breastfeeding support groups, single-sex health care, everything thing we have fought for DECADES to carve out for ourselves.

Having to genuflect and pretend that TIMs are women is part of getting society to widely accept a legal fiction so it will be adopted into the legal system and used in lawfare against women.

They want women to be prosecuted and punished for trying to carve out spaces of their own.

Their aim is to turn every hard-won single-sexed space into a mixed-sex space. Women's sports, women's rape refuges, change rooms, breastfeeding support groups, single-sex health care, everything thing we have fought for DECADES to carve out for ourselves. Having to genuflect and pretend that TIMs are women is part of getting society to widely accept a [legal fiction](https://www.britannica.com/topic/legal-fiction) so it will be adopted into the legal system and used in lawfare against women. They **want** women to be prosecuted and punished for trying to carve out spaces of their own.

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You might be interested in checking out this article: Women's Spaces, Women's Rights: Feminism and the Transgender Rights Movement, which analyses the legislative and policy goals of trans activists and advocacy organizations. The article was published in the Marquette Law Review (which is a prestigious law school journal).

Yes, I'm afraid you're right... although, there's so much more including: severely restrict women's freedom of association, compelling identity validation, and protecting conduct that is unrelated to gender identity using anti-discrimination law.

(pg. 17 👇)

III. WHAT TRANSGENDER RIGHTS ADVOCATES WANT: LEGAL LANDSCAPE AND ADVOCACY

This Section will describe four features of the transgender rights movement’s legal and policy goals that are particularly relevant for women’s rights: (A) to redefine sex discrimination, (B) to protect conduct unrelated to gender dysphoria, (C) to prevent sex-separated facilities from being assigned based on sex, and (D) to compel validation of a transgender person’s identity through pronoun use and other language requirements.

C. Preventing Sex-Separated Spaces from Being Assigned Based on Sex

Third, the transgender rights movement seeks to prevent sex-separated facilities from being assigned based on sex. This is not to say that certain kinds of accommodations (such as access to a single-user restroom) are not appropriate if a person does not wish to use communal facilities. However, many activists find accommodations to be unacceptable, because they are not validating in the way that admission to the opposite-sex facility is.99 Rather, advocates desire for people to access sex-separated facilities based on how they identify, 100 and reduce women’s concerns about physical safety to mere bias ...

THankyou for the link. It is good some legal scholars are writing these articles, we need them.