I've been thinking a bout the role some nb people play in gender praxis and it makes some sense with regards to the creation of new genders perpetuating the concept of gender as a whole and being negative from a gender abolitionist point of view.
However, I think that I don't feel that telling people who're trying to explore their identities (frequently minors) that their explorations re: gender are perpetuating a system of oppression is a good thing and I think that a lot of The Discourse around it can be too easily interpreted as erasive as to nonbinary identities even though that's more of a secondary consequence.
I feel torn because being nonbinary I feel that I have a duty to protect more vulnerable people in the nb community but on the other hand I recognize the role that nb people occasionally play (mostly by accident, although that in no way excuses it) in perpetuating transmisogyny.
However, some of the gender abolitionist stuff I've read esp. that coming from trans women opposes the inclusion of an "other" box on government documents presumably because that activism could be better spent on abolishing the gender box entirely/removing the government but I both 1) don't see that as feasible in the near future, because most governments don't have a majority of tumblr radicals in their populations and 2) think that it ends up giving people who identify as nonbinary the short end of the stick.
Essentially, I think it's important to talk about the role nb people have in gender praxis and how some of that anti-gender activism can get turned on and hurt nb people the most (not saying that it's wrong, just that it's a potential consequence.)
Addendum: I spent 40 minutes writing this post, which is the longest I have ever spent on a post.