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Should "women-only" spaces be open to anyone identifying as female?
"Women-only" spaces should include non-binary people as well.
Often non-binary people are placed in a difficult position and generally over-looked by the general population, leaving them severely
. Women-spaces would offer this group a rare chance to be be part of a community.
These spaces exist for people who are faced with patriarchal oppression. A non-binary person also faces such
It would make more sense for non-binary people to create their own spaces.
Since non-binary people specifically do not identify on either end of the gender spectrum, it is questionable why they should be included in a female-only space.
Often these groups use
and other forms of microaggressions that make non-binary people feel unwelcome.