I've been part of an LGBTQ+ (Ugh) women's group for a few years, and I've been touched without consent (and I told them to stop), have been told to find a house in the city I live in for another person (I refused), stalked, patronised (I told them to shut up)...all by transwomen.
I'm able to stand up for myself, but the group is definitely not a safe space for me once the TiMs show their heads. I don't face these issues in other places. Even if men try, a glare is enough for them to back off.
There are a few very loud voices who support these people. Basically, if someone stops touching me when I say no, they are 'respecting my opinion'. Definitely not, when the same guy wouldn't dare to if he wasn't wearing lipstick. The vast majority of women are silent, and when we meet without any TiMs, we really enjoy ourselves (including the ones who support TiMs).
Are the women who support these basically saying "I'm your friend, don't grope or stalk me?" It makes way too much sense.