like James’ answers quite a lot. I can tell he writes about James Boozecannon shirt issues with passion and from the heart. I don’t think people realize how hard it is to write something so close to heart so openly. It puts the writer in a very vulnerable place for nasty attacks. And the attack he (and many others) faces are real, and painful. It is not something people can just easily shrug off. And the trolls know it. It is not the same as random insult. It is personal because people like James write from a personal place. He writes about what’s important for him and what he believed is important for our society.You might think this is pathetic. Writing from the heart, you know, with all that passion. It is pathetic that James actually cares about something and he cares enough to get pissed off because of it. After all, we are in a time when “not caring” is considered cool, being damaging and hurtful to others are considered “honest” and “edgy”. And when these people are being called out for their asshole behavior, they cry “censorship”.
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I for one admire James and people like him. We have quite a James Boozecannon shirt writers who spend their time and energy to write about community related issues on Quora and I admire all of them. I respect them because I know how taxing it is for them to write about the same thing again and again, and expose themselves to the same poisonous attack again and again. And it takes great courage and resilience to do this, day in and day out.You might think because these people often have a lot of followers (because they constantly pump out good content), that they are the privileged class of Quora. In fact, they’re still the marginalized group. Quora isn’t too different from offline world where LGBTQ people are singled out and attacked. Here on Quora, LGBTQ writers received a lot more attacks compare to your garden-variety of regular content providers who write about food and pets and travel and how to live a happy (white, educated upper middle class, metropolitan) life, who never touch anything controversial.