I have a bit of a split opinion on this one, because a lot of the issues are very similar but then there are a set of separate concerns.
For similar things, the concept of identity, having to hide it, and generally going against the grain of normality is very much similar. Getting kicked out by parents for who you are being common, or having to conform to a normal society in school and through childhood, discrimination in jobs or on paperwork in general, it’s all different tiers of the same thing.
Queer spaces in general (going back even before gay bars, which are what most people seem to think of when you say that) are places away from that forced conformity, and are important to everyone who uses them for roughly the same reasons. It is a place away from hell where you can exist as yourself, where others come to do the same, and you can meet up!
Though on the other end, trans people have a lot more difficulties of our own. Particularly when it comes to healthcare and generally getting documents to match our identity. Unfortunately, there are a lot of people out there who want to remove what rights I do have, and terrifyingly they’re in governments and actively doing it.
In my strong opinion, we’re all stronger together and by gods does everyone need to stand together because many of the arguments certain people like to yell at me nowadays are the exact same ones originally used to bring Section 28 in the UK, and long before that the general criminalisation of homosexuality. Please don’t fall for the kinds of groups who want to divide the community and don’t shut the door just because you got your rights. Rights can go backwards surprisingly quickly if people turn against each other.