Hi. Essentially what I’m talking about is woman-identified women vs men-identified women.
I’m talking about the way you relate to men as a class, not about individual relationships with men.
It’s about whether you center / prioritize the needs of women in your day to day life or whether you align yourself with men / patriarchy.
I believe straight / bi / pan women can be woman-identified women, but I also believe that it is harder because the default of such relationships is to usually center / prioritize men.
For context and disclosure, I’m a dyke who has some male friends I care about and I have experienced attraction to men at points in my life. But I center women, specifically other trans women, both politically, emotionally and romantically in my day to day life, and am trying to learn ways to keep moving towards that the best I can every day.
Not sure if this answered your question but I hope it helped.