Yes, I already acknowledged that you’re judging the author based on your perception of her tone.
Of course, her piece being written, not spoken, her tone is entirely subjective and created in the mind of each individual reader. Which makes your criticism of her entirely specious.
And even if you could hear her voice and still disliked her tone, that’s not her problem. Just yours.
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Stop tone policing. It causes harm and does no good to anyone.