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Perhaps queer in itself is more radical (as anyways there's a hidden reason why it is sometimes excluded from the multi-acronym sexual ID game), and I've been saying repeatedly that unlike LGB, it ain't an indicator of sexual preference, just gender (or anti-gender).

Regardless, what is militancy on the level of political representations and language is inherently liberal. It's the result of social media ID pols hat are entirely backed by highly-suspicious corporate interests. But when it comes to gender being a frontline for *actual irl tensions*, not some social media buzz, I totally agree that queer is still the radical approach to go for.

Trans? Not quite. There's several problems with trans that makes it both constituent of not just neoliberalism but also brutally anti-feminist regressivism.