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Safe spaces are great. Sometimes people need to be around others who can relate to them in ways that the world at large can't. Conservatives tend not to think of them as 'safe spaces,' but religious gatherings work the same way. They're about a group with a cultural connection talking about their values and how to uphold them in a society that may not respect or support them.
The safe space concept breaks down when you try to use it to cover every single possible identity in an extremely large population. Entire campuses cannot act as safe spaces at all, let alone for identities that are in direct conflict with each other at the same time. Attempting it crushes discussion both within and without the groups that they're trying to protect.