Yes I see your point Callistemon21
Not easy, or I guess right to ignore that level of nastiness and aggression.
I just hate the thought of giving those awful idiots any kind of publicity.
I know what you mean, and understand why you think that; but they have operated for a long time by silencing women, cancelling academics or writers who speak out, and harassing women at feminist meetings (often violently). Their treatment of lesbians in particular has been dreadful, but people only noticed if they were involved in it.
Stonewall has inveigled itself into many workplaces, (often those with large numbers of employees, such as councils and universities) and persuaded people that having their diversity champion kitemark is a good thing, whilst those affected by it have been forced into compliance with things like choosing a 'gender' and displaying it on email signatures, and to play along with their rules for fear of losing their jobs. Again though, people not impacted by this have remained unaware - when I have posted on here about it I have been accused of lying. Even though I have seen it in action, it was denied. I don't think that this was because the accuser was lying herself - I think she just wasn't aware, because it hadn't affected her, or anyone she knows.
Teachers are brainwashed into 'supporting' children to think that they may be 'in the wrong body', regardless of the wishes of their parents, and children are taught that there are numerous 'genders' as though this were fact, but unless we have young children or are closely involved in what young grandchildren are being taught, we won't know about this unless we are working as teachers ourselves.
The nonsense in maternity wards and prisons will only come to the attention of most people if they find themselves in one of those places, which is probably very unlikely for most of us on here .
All of this has been going on under the radar, to a large extent. Not so much that people are ignoring it, but that they don't see it happening. As it starts to encroach on more and more people, however, we all need to speak out and try to stop it in its tracks.
None of that means that genuine transpeople (by which I mean those who just want to get on with their lives living as though they were a member of the opposite sex) should be treated as anything other than full and equal members of society. It is not transpeople in general who are the problem. It is trans rights activists and their 'allies' - the extremists who want to change the language and insist that transwomen are women, but women are 'cervix havers', and that men should be able to access women's spaces just by saying that they are female.