>>132671>So while males are occupying women’s spaces you tell it’s good for women to run away from hostile spaces
It is good to run away from hostile spaces when it is certain that your point of view will not be thoroughly considered, and there is not a single ounce of resemblance to civil discourse with those who do not share the same opinion as yours. Forcing any engagement with them is a complete waste of energy that will result in nothing but time of your life that you will never, ever get back.
So what to do, then, when a space that was meant for women is gone for good? 1) Move somewhere else where there is some certainty that your opinion will not be shit on, and continue being you by being outspoken, visible, and fierce. Or 2) create a new space altogether where it is indeed a woman's space, as set in stone.>Separation will never work
No it doesn't and never has, if you mean IRL separatism. That would require insane amounts of 24/7 security like in Umoja, Kenya, but also armed to the teeth by ourselves as any separatist movement would require a paramilitary, and no nation on earth is going to back up a separatist movement.
But online? It can almost work as the only barrier is the risk of espionage (e.g., a biological woman bribed to infiltrate a given women's community, only for said woman to give her account to a perverted transvestite).>I think we need to be visible and presenting, other way - it’s like making them a favour
Sure, I agree we have to be visible instead of cowardly. But you're also making them a favor on staying there, wasting your time, and also making them profit by data-mining your writings, thoughts, hobbies, etc., the latter being the case for reddit right now.