female condoms and instructions on how to use them properly are transphobic because some females have penises because they say so.
getting rid of transphobic female condoms entirely would remove a relatively effective contraceptive device from the market, while using a less transphobic name for a female condom might be less transphobic, but would probably also be more confusing and when it comes to contraceptives, less options and more confusion means more unwanted pregnancies.
are more unwanted pregnancies acceptable collateral damage in the global campaign against hurting transwomens feelings, and toward validating trans identities?
is your answer consistent with feminism? if so, how? if not, why not?