Trans people can "appear" to be cishet too, and they are still LGBTQ and welcome in LGBTQ spaces, it is meant for us. No one said anything about "appearing cishet people" not welcome in LGBTQ spaces. It is the fact that cishet people do not belong in these spaces, they are the ones who have created this divide and are the reason we have safe spaces. They have oppressed us and continue to do so, meanwhile ace and aro people are not oppressed systemically, economically, nor socially.
how is an asexual or aromantic person straight, though? please do explain to me how a lack of romantic attraction makes someone automatically heteroromantic, and how a lack of sexual attraction makes someone heterosexual.
also ace people do experience systemic, economic and social oppression. maybe some younger ace people in this day and age and in very accepting circles won’t feel it as much (note: it’s not entirely absent by any means) from all directions, but on a world wide scale? you think sex and marriage is something we all have the opportunity to opt out of? anyone who can be put through a corrective rape is under oppression and deserves protection.