But why are we discussing the "average person" in first place? Why was the context moved that way?
We were discussing in a thread in CFC OT. We are the participants. That's the context.
Not accurate. Again, man. Here’s a brief demonstration. At time of checking, registered members online: 44. Unregistered? 609. Such statistics are observable from brief view of overall forum statistics in the main page.
These 609 are not writing, but may be participating. Listening is half of it. Reading is half of it, more accurately.
What’s more? Anecdotally, I know of few, if any, who discuss trans rights in physical conversations. One person, out of numerous acquaintances. You may disagree with my read on the number of people interested, but numerically, it is safe to assume we are writing to more than those posting.
Even within the context of those posting, the question of whether or not it is politically and pragmatically wise to call the current legislation against trans people genocide is under discussion, right? Isn’t that what the thread is about? What qualifications of genocide there are, whether this qualifies, what stages?
Maybe I’m being presumptuous, but it all seems pretty nebulous to me.