Josephine Livingstone criticizes the lack of complexity and intersectional analysis in the #MeToo movement. Noting the relative invisibility of women of color and working-class women in the movement, she also argues that
Trans, nonbinary, and non-conforming gender identities have been shunted to the side. The Office for Victims of Crime describes how transgender people experience “shockingly high levels of sexual abuse and assault” of between 50 percent and 66 percent. In the ongoing war between those who advocate for trans visibility in feminism and those who think that advocacy detracts from the mission of protecting ciswomen, #MeToo became another hot topic. Trans-exclusionary feminists in America are happy to tweet #MeToo, while downplaying the need for trans women to have access to safe bathrooms in their own workplaces.
Does this seem a fair critique to you? Why or why not?