Edit 2: A few people have pointed out that Making sure we keep personal attacks out would be a better title, which I agree with. We should be open to criticise the views of trans people, but it helps no-one to go after them as people or fail to acknowledge the trans folk who don't force the views on others.
The old sub was criticised for being transphobic and while I disagree that it was, I think it's more important than ever to draw the line between disagreeing with areas of the trans community and activism that have gone too far, and attacking trans people themselves.
I've known several trans folk and the ones I've spoken to irl have been great people. A few years back I had a discussion with one of those mates and he perfectly understood that in the dating world you have to be open and honest about who you are. That wanting to date biological guys wasn't an attack on him, just
a preference their sexual orientation, which is not something they can change.
Given we're not in danger of being banned, it would be very easy for this sub to devolve into a circlejerk. We need to make sure we're better than that.
Edit: A few people have asked me to define what I see as transphobia so I want to make it clear that I mean actual transphobia. Dehumanising people, going after them for who they are rather than what they say. Not all trans folk are going after children and telling them they should transition, not all of them coerce gay people into sex with them. The ones that do are the ones we should be calling out.