It didn’t say more than others it said differently. I suggest taking a step back and looking into why LGBT people feel they would benefit from having a space to discuss LGBT MS related issues. This might be a good start.
I think the phrase “usual heteronormative” has antagonized you. To me this just means that the world views heterosexuality as default
or even preferred which of course poses issues for LGBT people, some of which are highlighted in the link above. I don’t know that you’d disagree with that.
Please take this with the kindness with which it is meant. I know from personal experience what it’s like to be reactionary to points of view that you maybe hadn’t considered before and sometimes it helps to take a step back and really consider where the other person is coming from.