@Gamers-are-so-oppressed If we want to go that route, lets bring psycological facts into this. Recent history has shown, especially in regards to Twitter hate mobs, those that created, and led the charge against someone, for being a type of person they hate, be it racist, sexist, or some kind of sexual deviant, have been themselves the very thing they supposedly hate. This in in stark contrast to normal people, that hate the sin, and not the sinner, and actively and quietly work to fix real issues.
Harvey Weinstein, for instance, was rightfully brought in for his crimes, but those in Hollywood, that had a platform to say something sooner, didn't, and only jumped onboard the hate train, when it became trendy.
Asia Argento, a promint leader of the #MeToo movement, was accused of forcing herself on, and sleeping with a minor. She was immediately dragged through coals on this subject, as she had supposedly made a deal with the then 17 year old.
These accusations were backed by evidence submitted by Jimmy Bennett, the person in question, and the evidence had been found to be authentic. The whole thing quietly left the news, at least from what I saw, as I stopped watching every report on it, as it sickened me. I'm sure Hollywood has people like that all over though, considering how consistently accusations fly in.
That said, I never blindly back an accusation without something to back it up, as people have been wrongly charged, or even convicted on accusations alone in the past. That's why I don't like blanket terms being thrown around in these forums as a point of argument, because you have to handle people on the individual level. Because in this day, we have a new court, and it's the court of public opinion, where anyone can create a lynch mob based on accusations alone, and force someone off of Twitter, or convince people, that suicide is their only escape, as people have had entire carers ended, based on accusations from Twitter users, alone.
That type of thing sickens me to no end.