I totally understand what you mean, but I guess it depends on how you define feminism. The example I was using was mainly based around the stereotype of it rather than what it actually stands for at it's core. I totally agree with what you're saying because I dislike radical feminists a LOT. I've never actually come across a feminist saying that they were against trans* women in mainstream feminism, however, apparently some of them do which is of course wrong and disgusting and I totally understand that trans* women would feel threatened by that. Sorry if my original reply was a little exclusive, I kind of forgot the whole anti-transwomen argument because it's literally the only feminist argument that I haven't heard (yet, hope I never will). Yeah, I see what you mean. I feel the same way when radical members of the LGBTQ+ community talk about killing off straight people. Not only is it totally illogical but basically my entire family is straight and I feel defensive over them when I hear these arguments. God, if only the radicals would stop shouting over the rest of us.