I think there will be journalists who end up drawing the same conclusions on teenage girls and gender dysphoria as the women they vilified, and the way around this will be to claim the women who spoke out first made it harder for "nuanced" people to have a say. >
It will be argued that the women who first said there was an issue contributed to the "polarisation of the debate" - even if these women were not saying *anything* different to those now posing as the nuanced voices of reason. >
Instead of getting credit for their research and willingness to speak out when it was not safe to do so, those who spoke out first will be dismissed as having created a "volatile atmosphere", what with all the rape and death threats they brought on themselves. >
That those now stepping in to be "nuanced" have chosen, for their own benefit, to prolong suffering which they now claim is only just "coming to light" will not be mentioned.