It needs to be clear what SaidIt's policies are, and they need to be enforced for everyone equally and fairly.
A bunch of groups from reddit have just been banned -- often groups that have developed echo chambers hostile to each other. This is EXACTLY the sort of thing SaidIt was designed for. These groups' mods have been preventing their users from seeing each other's viewpoints on reddit, but on SaidIt, that censorship isn't allowed (unless people are honest about it and remove themselves from /t/all as per the moderator rule 4b).
/s/GenderCritical is already removing and locking some content, you can see in their modlog by looking under filter by action "remove comment" or "lock post".
They even locked a thread for discussing censorship on the sub.
Meanwhile comments that are lowering the pyramid of debate have remained:
And /s/Lesbians removed a post (even removing it again after a site admin had approved the post!) (see their modlog).
I understand many people are new arrivals here and may be still learning the ins and outs of how SaidIt works (and some of the SaidIt rules are a bit fuzzy), but that's exactly why we should be addressing these sorts of issues now, because it's exactly the right time to.
Eta: This has been addressed. Both subs are in compliance with mod rule 4b now. (admin response)
Eta2: /s/Gender_Critical has been created as an alternative women's sub for open discussion. The existing /s/Feminism and /s/Women are open to both men and women.