I am a transwoman. Please allow me address your concerns, Sofia.
Yes, transwomen do see themselves as women. Do you not see yourself as a woman too, Sofia? Does that not give you a "ladybrain" too? From the use of an exclamation mark, one would think the concept of a female psyche is completely alien to you.
"females are privileged for being female, so call yourself "cis""
Here's the thing. Cisgender is simply a term for someone who is not transgender. "Cis" has admittedly become a derogatory term some people use but the point still remains. No one is asking you to call yourself "cis" because of privilege. They're asking you to call yourself "cis" because you identify as female in an anatomically female body and "cis" is simply a shorter way of saying cisgender, as "trans" is for transgender.
That being said, while we're on the subject of privilege... If you have no empathy for the struggles that transgender and gender non-conforming people face, then yes, you do have cisgender privilege. That is not because you are female. It's because you're either ignorant at best or a bigot at worst.
"female socialisation of girls doesn't exist / matter"
Frankly, Sofia, I haven't met a single transwoman who thinks like this. They'd have loved to have been raised as any little girl has traditionally been. Myself included. I wish my mother spent time with me showing me how she did her makeup when I was growing up. I wish my father never tried to get me to fight boys. I wish people never treated me badly for playing with dolls and being sensitive.
"stop talking about your reproductive biology, it hurts mah feelz"
Some transwomen may find it a little upsetting when cisgender women talk about their private matters. However, that is only because they pine for such experiences themselves. It's like when a couple kiss passionately in front of someone who has never had luck in relationships and feels lonely. Personally though, I don't mind it at all. Talk all you want about your reproductive biology; I find it very informative and - get this - I also care about women and thus listen to them diligently, whatever they talk about. It's basic human decency.
"my feelings are more important than your shared reality"
No, they're not. If I felt this way, I wouldn't identify as a feminist and I wouldn't want to help women in their struggles. In fact, I am a part of your shared reality, given that I was raised mostly by my mother, spent a great deal of time with my sister, and had mostly female friends. I've seen a great deal of what cisgender women go through first hand, both the good and the bad.
"critising ME is akin to racism"
If I am being a bad person or incorrect in some way, then by all means, criticise me on those terms. But there's a difference between criticism and bigotry. Making ignorant posters like this, which make wild claims about transwomen so that you can shame and ridicule them, is bigotry. That bigotry, which we call transphobia, is a part of sexism, which is akin to racism.
"talking about female interests is exlusionary and bigoted"
No it's not. I love talking about female interests. It's only exclusionary and bigoted if you make your discourse exclusionary and bigoted - which posters like these are.
"female humans must never be allowed to meet w/o ME"
Nonsense. There are, what, 7 billion people alive today? Approximately half of them are "female humans", to use your cold term. Thinking what you assume we do here is not only extremely narcissitic and petty, it is also stupid and absurd. How can 3.5 billion people be expected to include me in every conversation and meeting they have? It's lunacy. No one thinks like this. No one.
"radfems are just bitter cuz they'e unfuckable"
Again, nonsense. First, you assume all transwomen think all radfems are bitter. Second, you assume all radfems are "unfuckable", at least in our perspective. Radfems are individuals and if "fuckability" is really a trait people have, then this will obviously vary from radfem to radfem. I'm sure radfems could have the right personalities and appearances for the partners they'd want, if they were open to having sexual partners at all. And besides, only the misinformed think lack of sex = feminism. I'd be a feminist whether or not I had sex. Same for you I'm sure.
"getting dates is my human right"
No it's not. In fact, given the way I am, I'd be lucky to have a date ever again. It saddens me to think that way but it's an eventuality I'm prepared to face maturely, unlike the people who DO think this way. Those people are not all transwomen and not all transwomen have this petty mindset you claim they do. Here's a hint: Elliot Rodgers and thatincelguy are not transwomen. Stop lumping us in with them.
"lesbians are mean for not sucking my dick"
First of all, you incorrectly assume all transwomen have penises. Second of all, you assume they'd all enjoy fellatio and power over women. I am a submissive. IF I had a dick, I would never want it sucked. Ever. I see it just as demeaning for women as I'm sure you do too. Lastly, if lesbians don't want to be with me, that's sad, but it's their right to have that opinion. Sex should always be consensual. I wouldn't hold it against them and consider them "mean".
"feminists should put me first"
No, no they should not. The issues transwomen face are but some of many that affect gender equality. I don't expect feminists to put me and my fellow transwomen first. All I desire is to be seen by feminists as a sister-in-arms rather than an enemy or a laughing stock.
And that, Sofia, is why tracts like these and TERFs in general break my heart. I am doing everything in my power to grow into my womanhood and be recognised as the woman I am. Don't you think that's resisting patriarchy, as men and boys have always been the biggest critics of my gender identity in my life? I have resisted their condemnation and humiliation, as well as what little male socialisation I was given. I have resisted the patriarchy's attempts to influence my life and I will continue to do so. I want to help you and all women - cis and trans - resist too.