People in minorities do need to be accepted in terms of equal and fair treatment, but they cannot demand emotional validation and other personal attitudes in public. They need to handle their own feelings like everyone else does it too.
It is completely crazy to me, the idea that I should keep paying attention to the feelings of people I don't even know up close personally. And that I should talk with consideration of their imaginary feelings.
Again, even if they were not imaginary, it is still not my business and not my problem as to what they are feeling. Just because trans people are in the minority, I don't need to handle their feelings with more care than other people's. If I knew a trans person personally then fine I'm glad to pay attention to their emotions if I'm on good enough and close enough terms with them, but if I don't even know them then no, it's not my responsibility or my business whatsoever.
They can just stop taking everything so personally, the ones that get upset over imagined slights.