have you ever explored your dark side?
I don't want your support. I'm a woman and I will not be segregated or treated as "other".And I would support and fight for safe spaces for trans-women.
ETA - this represents a roll back of rights. At the moment many trans people are able to go stealth after changing birth certificate and are able to live as their experienced gender with no serious issues. To force trans people - men, women and non-binary people presumably, not just women, into trans only facilities would out them as trans forever and require that we all be documented as trans and carry some sort of identifying documentation - or maybe a bar-code(?).
It would also mean that your feelings are being placed above those who feel that trans women are women and want us to be seen that way, and given the same rights and protections.
I don't think that transitioning would even work as a treatment if we were forced to identify as a third gender or a second class version of our experienced gender. It would be a recipe for abuse, for discrimination and i suspect make life so much harder that the benefits of transitioning would be extremely marginal, maybe non-existent.
Plus, for practical reasons - providing all those extra facilities would be expensive. If there were rape crisis centres for trans women then the facilities for women with wombs (presumably cis women without wombs would be excluded too) would suffer.
And most of us don;t live in safe spaces - we live in the real world of work and having to negotiate landlords, employers, health providers and small minded offcialdom. We already get a huge amount of discrimination, but the thing that keeps me going is that one day i won't have to identify myself as trans any more to anyone and i'll finally get to live as a woman. Enforced segregation - if it was to be enforced - would mean that we never get to that. Life, to be honest, would become intolerable.
Actually this is so insulting that I can't even deal with it. It's outrageous that someone would think that separate and not equal would work as a policy. I suspect you have no intention of supporting such an unworkable policy but just want trans women away from you. And for what reason? What risk do we pose to cis women? I consistently see a failure to provide evidence that widespread discrimination at huge cost to the state, to charities and other NGO's, to employers, to local authorities, would provide clear benefits to anyone at all. Would only result in the death of trans people, in my opinion.
I'm not stopping short of equality.