"A cis woman suggested that [Shawna Virago, trans woman, artist, and activist] ‘didn’t get’ the film [FtF: Female to Femme], that it was ‘just a spoof’. She then added that she thought Shawna’s comments [about how it invisibilized cis privilege] were ‘divisive’. The word ‘divisive’ is a red flag for me. I can’t begin to tell you how many times I heard trans women, or allies of trans women, called ‘divisive’ when we call out people on their transphobia or transmisogyny. In contrast, I have never once heard anyone use the word ‘divisive’ to describe cis queer women who make transmisogynistic comments, or who organize or attend queer women’s spaces that exclude trans women. The fact that acts that marginalize trans women are not typically described as ‘divisive’ implies that there is a presumed and unspoken ‘one-ness’ that exists in queer women’s communities that implicitly precludes trans women."