Here’s my preliminary list:
1. It deliberately or ignorantly confounds bias with hate. Bias is a preference that may or may not be rational. There is no evidence that those men who would not choose to date trans women hate them. Do short men choose not to date tall women because they hate them? Do educated men prefer not to date high school drop-outs because they hate them?
2. Thus the poster denies the human right to choose who we want to have romantic relationships with. If it’s hateful not to want to date women who used to be men, then it’s hateful to choose only to date attractive women, thin women, strong women, Jewish women, women of one’s own religion, nationality or race. Personal preference is itself unacceptable if it does not advance the current definition of social justice.
3. The theory behind the poster is the false “you’re with us or against us” dichotomy. There is a long, long spectrum of nuance between love and hate, but the trick of the activist and extremist is to pretend there is no middle ground. It is the flip side of the old gag, “If you like her so much, why don’t you marry her?”
4. Worst of all is “This has to change,” the mating call of the crested yellow-bellied totalitarian. No, in fact it doesn’t “have to change.” If attitudes change over time and naturally, that is just peachy. But increasingly, as in the so-called “anti-racism” campaign we are currently being afflicted with, change means forced change through threats, fear, personal destruction, oppressive laws and the restriction of speech and expression. Marxism, socialism and all of the leftist ideologies rely on the false assumption that human nature can be changed by social engineering. History and common sense tell us otherwise.
I’m certain my list isn’t exhaustive.