I'll agree: whining endlessly about microagressions (micro == 10E-6 == very small; what is there to whine about?) is counterproductive. It destracts from the real issue.
The Ada Initiative was spawned (in part) because of a very much non-micro agression. That is, a full, no-SI prefix, shoulda-been-a-year-in-jail-for-assault aggression. Hands in the pants is flat out unreasonable. Full stop, schlusspunkt... Period. Fucking. Dot.
I'm happy that you've not had such a problem. Apparantly you're batting a thousand; even as a guy, I've been harrassed. I don't want to speak ill of the dead, but one of the more senior employees at a previous job hit on me and then felt me up. "De mortuis nihil nisi bonum", and I've forgiven her long ago, but nobody should have to deal with that. And the rate of "dealing with that" for women in tech is far too high.
So, yeah, I agree in part and disagree in part. People should stop whining about stuff that doesn't matter; similarly we should pay attention to a real problem.