And that right there is why this conversation is likely totally and utterly pointless.
There's so much assumption in that single comment you just made that it's not even funny.
I'm the one guy who's calling for some semblance of actual rationality and understanding in terms of how you deal with situations like these, which you'd see if you actually dropped the dangerous sword of blind righteous justice for a moment. There's nothing at all extreme right in what I've said, just simple human understanding that everyone is fallible, and acting in extremes that demonize and punish people far too harshly for minor issues, because group think has stopped so many people being able to see things for what they are, is part of the problem we're facing in society. No one is thinking for themselves anymore. They're just acting like a mob, and when someone does something even remotely wrong, they want to bring down the full wrath of the Lord upon them without even taking a moment to pause, breath, consider the truth of the situation and then deal with it actually appropriately and dole out a punishment that is genuinely equal to the crime rather than going so far beyond it that it's actually dangerous.
This is precisely why I put in those two links.
The two females in the videos I linked, females who have historically stood up for feminism and left values, are saying far better than I could why coming at stuff from a position of conflict, and also from a position of very much distorted information and bias, as well as overly subjectively emotional and extremely personal perspective, is not going to fix the issues as people see them.
Trying to understand all sides, looking at the actual objective facts of what happened, not getting all emotionally evangelical, trying to be a decent and reasonable and compassionate human being and thinking and acting accordingly, including when it comes to measuring the extent of someone's crime and the level of punishment they deserve--that's the right thing to do here and always.
But, if you only ever want to see one view of things and never ever consider that things might not be so black and white as we have all been led to believe, which is often what happen whichever camp you're in, then don't watch the videos, and there's no further point in us wasting our breath on each other.
You do, however, have a great chance before you not to be that guy right now.
What's the worst that could happen? You watch the videos and come out still thinking I'm a douche. Why not take a risk/chance and just see. I promise, your world will not fall apart as a result of watching these vids and taking the ten or twenty minutes it takes to do so. But, and I know this is crazy, what if there's actually something of genuine value in them? Not a way for one person to win an argument. Not some way to create conflict. You some way to spread hate. Not some way to force wrong beliefs and values upon you. Not one person shouting their one-sided agenda at another. Not someone laughing at or ridiculing you or anyone else. Not something bad---but something pure, and honest, and kind, and compassionate, and loving and good.
What, if all these videos are really saying is this: Nothing will ever get better if we don't start truly, openly, and sincerely listening to and hearing each other.