I think this is a very well reasoned and well written post. I like it.
I also think that it is hard for people (myself included) to avoid getting fired up and want to lash out — because to see injustice and remain silent is a form of agreeing with injustice.
But about that, you are seeing an injustice and you are speaking out and I think that’s cool. We can go around and around in circles here if we aren’t careful. It’s also important to take context into consideration along with frequency.
A tweet categorized as injustice is probably reaching… UNLESS, there is significant context, regular frequency of the behavior (a mistake isn’t a mistake if it is repeated over and over) and if there’s some sort of judgment doled out at others… a mistake can and should be forgiven. We all do make mistakes.
So, I understand. I do wonder if the SJW category isn’t a generalization that could use some nuance in your piece? I can read nuance into it, but I value directness. :)
Anyway, nice work.