I don't think anyone here disputes the idea that there is some guy out there who thinks he was a woman born in a man's body. People here (and in general) bristle at the tears and outrage shed over "MAH PRONOUNS" and demand that everyone fall in line because of their feels.
It seems like every once in a while, feminists (and now troons) "discover" ancient societies with a matriarch or a society where troons were revered. A lot of the evidence is scant and based on an assumption that since women were gatherers, since they provided a more regular supply of food, therefore they ran the society. There is no real evidence of that. In fact, anything dating back 1500 years or greater is extremely dicey because most of these small societies didn't keep records, their records were destroyed, or whatever they wrote on for record keeping disintegrated. All they can do is make assumptions and since social justice is the topic du jour, we're suddenly seeing more and more of these "secret equal societies" based on these assumptions. 100 years ago, the general consensus was that due to peaks and valleys on someone's skull, they were genetically inferior and should be sterilized. Margaret Mead's "discoveries" turned out to be a crock. 500 years ago, people took peyote and thought that they were speaking to spirits.
I'm not saying equal societies didn't exist or that ancient troons didn't exist, it's just that the evidence isn't there to support these new findings. Now in the future, we may come across the Sacred Tomes of Troon buried deep somewhere but until then, it's just making assumptions and then whining and crying that not everyone is following along.