A HearMe for women only by definition means a HearMe where men are not admitted. As harpgirl said "It didn't include them." So I can't understand the rationale for saying that men have no business talking about it.
And suggesting that, when someone has provided a facility for us, they have no right to have any opinion about it -"why do you have to have any input on this?"... I don't quite see how that adds up.
And as for the stuff about 24 hours and so forth - it may not be evening where harpgirl is, but it's evenig somewhere else. The Mudcat stretches round the world.
And I've nothing agaisnt an all female HearMe, and I said so. Or rather, I've nothing against a HearMe sometimes from which men are excluded.