This reminds me vaguely of the ‘people first’ versus ‘identity first’ language arguments in relation to disabled people. For example, wokes will chastise you if you don’t say ‘people with autism’ but the majority (because nothing is ever unanimous!) opinion among autistic people is that they prefer to be referred to as ‘autistic people’ or ‘autistics’. Proponents of identity first language in the disability rights sphere point out that it is absurd to say ‘people with blondeness’ rather than ‘blondes’ or ‘blonde people’. Yet here we are having the same old thing with women except we are now ‘people who menstruate/with uterus’ and whatnot.