Something popped into my head the other day as a way to at the very least, get libfems/handmaidens to think about their position, if not to downright peak them.
The conversation would look something like this:
Libfem: Transwomen are women!
Radfem: If transwomen are women, then would you feel comfortable if the Senate and Congress (or Parliament in other countries) were made up of 50% men and 50% transwomen? Would you feel perfectly represented, as a woman? If they are women, as you say, they could represent you perfectly well. If you wouldn't feel perfectly represented, why not?
The answer of course is that transwomen are not women, and cannot speak for women or relate to women's experiences or needs really at all. They are not interchangeable with women, because they are not women.
I like the idea of leading libfems to realize this for themselves.
Can anyone find any flaws with this argument? Do you think it would be effective? Would you make any adjustments?