The problem with this, as with ALL social issues, is where people draw the line of acceptability. Some people feel that A and B should be equal, others that B should accept an inferior position, and still others that B should shut the hell up and be grateful they're allowed to live. Here in the US, SOOOOO much of what occurs is radically spun by people into hyperbolic extremes. With less people consuming regular news and instead turning to blogs, pundits, vloggers and the like, people become more ensconced in echo chambers, while their "sources" become ever more extreme and outrageous to remain interesting.
The push for gay rights for example is described as a fight for "equal" rights by those that support it, but "special" rights by those that oppose. When I listen to right wing media, I hear the left constantly described as socialist/ communist/ leninist/ markist AND fascist.... all at the same time. The slandering and strawmanning of issues is SOP for everyone today.
To me, when I hear people complain of SJWs, I hear people complaining of minorities getting even the tiniest bit of respect or representation. To them, zero representation is seemingly preferred, and 1% is "pushing an agenda down our throats". From my perspective, it is a STAGGERING double standard, but from theirs, it apparently seems perfectly reasonable.
So the issue is how to have conversations where the people involved have RADICALLY different ideas of what's acceptable... and at what point, if any, a position changes from reasonable to bigoted.
Did you read what I wrote?
I mean -what if-
, and hear me out, [reads thread]
…GOG just really doesn't want to be involved with an author who is a known drama llama?
I mean let's face it, the community of Steam is galactic space where the noise to signal radio is often vast, even on the individual community hubs.
On GOG, the simple fact is, it's a small community, and any thread posted tends to be dead on in terms of signal. The actual content may be noise, but (especially if you set the number of threads viewable to the maximum), they'll often stick around a while. Imagine if Cleve went on some unhinged diatribe. Short of an administrative lock, nothing would stop that thread.
Problem is there are many, many, many creators with "strong personalities." Part of that comes with the territory.
I'm heartened to see Kingdom Come Deliverance on GoG. IMO it certainly was unfairly savaged. The inclusion of that game would seem to suggest GoG isn't coming at curation from a political view.