In terms of the much-discussed backlash against LGBTQ+ Inc., I was thinking about the fact that the LGB built a movement over roughly 50 years, from initial efforts in the mid-1960s to the climax (in the United States) of same-sex marriage in 2015. And I'll be honest, when I heard about people wanting to pursue same-sex marriage in the United States in the 1990s when the campaign started, I supported it, but I also thought, "This is never going to happen in my lifetime." I'm still surprised that it did.
And cultural commentators have noted how fast the rise of gay rights was compared to other civil rights movements, like African-American Civil Rights or women being allowed to vote.
Now, consider trans activism and how they want all these demands met that virtually no one had heard of before, say, 2012 -- things that most of the general public had never even thought of. And they want it all RIGHT NOW. There's been no attempt to build public consensus on these questions. A lot of it has been done via coercion and sneaky methods like teachers (hardly trained psychologists) allowing minor students to transition at school while keeping it secret from the parents. Or consider psychologists letting minors diagnose themselves and telling parents they either need to accept their child is trans or risk suicide.
The LGB gradually built credibility over decades; trans activists are trying to force acceptance on a much faster timeline.