The most valid argument over 'trans genocide' is that some countries are pushing to remove estrogen/androgen prescription to trans adults but if you've already been on them for a while/have had yourself neutered your gonads could be nonfunctional and you it's medically necessary to continue covering it. Which I think they should change. Post testosterone the female reproductive system can become precancerous/cancerous so it should be made sure that hysterectomy / reproductive health is still made available to them bc they tend to be unable to afford it otherwise.

Also for the people that have had surgeries that have undesirable outcomes there should be as much allowance as other conditions of the breast/SRS causing fistulas, prolapse etc. Should be covered under insurance (seeing as this affects minors as well the existing minors should get ""gender affirming care" under these circumstances). Which the laws don't cover.