My broader point was that I've liked how Trek has historically tackled serious issues are relevant in the real world. I used stories about bigotry in general as an example of this broader point. Now we are talking about something even more specific, violence against LGBTQ, with the implication that I want to see this on Discovery, which is pretty far away from what I was originally trying to say (and not something I was even thinking about until you brought it up). I'm perfectly happy with a story about Odo and the things he has to deal with being a shapeshifter in a world full of solids. The stories can relate to real world issues without being specifically about them (e.g. I don't need a specific story about black racism). It's also not like there's certain type of issues I want to see more than others, anything that has substance to it is fine by me. So for example, I liked Detmer's PTSD arc. Your point about people not wanting to see their personal trauma on screen is a valid one, my response point was that other groups (e.g. people with PTSD) may not want their trauma on screen either, but I'm not really interested in advancing this as I assume it would involve rating various traumas on the 1 to 10 scale and then figuring out the threshold of what is acceptable to portray on screen vs. not. You are welcome to do so, but I have nothing to add as I have no objective basis to compare the pain of a mental disorder with the pain of discrimination.