There is a dispute going between TRAs (Trans Rights Activists) versus GCRFs (Gender Critical Radical Feminists). Some Greens are upset about it.
Basicly, trans activists say that Trans Women Are Women (TWAW). Therefore, trans women deserve to be treated exactly like cis women in all ways and there must not be any discrimination of any sort.
Meanwhile, some radical feminists say that Trans Women Are Men (TWAM) and actual women deserve some privacy from them.
There is a short list of intractible practical concerns where this matters, that are hard to resolve. The obvious example is public restrooms. If trans women are men then they should not use women's restrooms, but they may not be safe in men's restrooms and there are not enough single-user restrooms. We cannot immediately build millions of new restrooms, so we must decide the issue based on morality. If TWAW then no one can be allowed to object to them using women's restrooms, and anyway "separate but equal" is morally wrong. If TWAM then it's wrong to let them into women's restrooms to ogle the women.
So people argue the moral issue, and get angry. The TRAs appear to be in the majority in the Green Party or at least they are louder. Their most vocal advocates insist that GCRFs must be censored and thrown out of the party. Because GCRFs are evil homophobes who hate trans people. GCRFs insist that they should be allowed to speak, and that TRAs are evil misogynists who hate women.
Is there a logical way out of this impasse? Do our Green key values give us a clue?