You see, I am not very accustomed to the internet and its etiquette.
What hurts people, what makes them unhappy, etc. has changed quite a bit for the last, I'd say, 10 years. I don't know when and how to be sensitive.
I will give you an example, on the Reddit sub for writing, me saying something like: "Being overly satisfied with one's writing is in my opinion a sign of personal mediocrity. Satisfaction leads to laziness and laziness leads to an underdevelopment of one's capacities." That raised a pretty pestilent sh*tstorm. I didn't get blocked, however people took it so personal. And I felt bad. I had said that hypothetically, I hadn't read their works so I couldn't judge them. But darn, that had been pretty intense.
Or that time I commented on what would happen in a webcomic I was reading, saying the main character had narcissistic personality disorder traits. Had the fangirls been able to lynch me, they would have.
Or when I maintained the "fujoshi" fetishize male homosexuality and victimizes an already marginalized group of people. Happily, I only got blocked for that one.
At one point or another, I will write something that will not please the masses. And run the risk of getting blocked. My opinions are not, let's say, mainstream. So now, I am calmly waiting to see how long I will last here.