Firstly, does "fanboys" mean that the topic is addressed only to boys? Well, then you should write a sign "girls forbidden"....
I think this question arises from a very minor language barrier, even though I must say you have a beautiful command of the English language. In this case, the difficulty has to do with you not understanding our use of American idiom or slang.
The slang term "fanboy" is usually used to kind of make fun of guys who have an unnatural attachment to, or obsession with, something - like a certain brand of products - and who are vigorously loyal to and defensive about it, and who kind of make spectacles of themselves through their adoration of these things. Like somebody might be an Apple computer fanboy or something. I think we American guys tend to imagine you ladies as being more mature and above this kind of silly behavior--whether or not that's actually the case--so we typically say fanboy rather than fangirl.
Anyway, so I think Tom, the creator of this thread was kind of comically teasing himself for being so blown away by Rinpoche and his teachings. He read Crystal and the Way of Light and maybe it made him feel like going to the top of a mountain and shouting to the world how amazing it was haha. So it was a good thing. So, I'm pretty sure he never seriously thought of this topic in terms of male and female, and it wasn't meant to exclude you ladies.
Do you really want to discuss here about "my Dzogchen view"
I guess I was being a little sarcastic based on my perception of the type of advice you sometimes give others on this forum, advice that it seemed like you weren't following when you got a little bent out of shape in this thread. I mostly meant to tease you, but it was still a bit sarcastic, which is not so nice for me to do, especially since we're vajra siblings. So I'm sorry for being like that.
Is Samsara and ignorance appearances of rigpa?
Putting the question more specifically with the example: if somebody stab you in the back, is himself, his action and the result of his action in the state of rigpa?
Well, rigpa is knowing the true nature of oneself and all phenomena... According to Dzogchen, all phenomena are the radiance the energy of the true nature. Experientially, if I'm able to be in that knowledge when something like you mentioned happens, then yes, it's all rigpa. If I'm not able, then I will have a point of view, so for me, conventionally, it will seem like samsara. But according to the way things truly are, in the words of the great Dzogchenpa Tsasum Lingpa--who, unlike me, actually realized this-- "samsara and nirvana are the same; one's perspective is the main difference."
Anyway, all that aside, sorry for being a little sarcastic toward you.