Have you ever considered how ironically easy it is to contradict yourself while fanboying around an important issue? The fighters against islamophobia are often prime examples. Let's examine the following exchange:
My girlfriend often cites something of a credo she developed in her teenage "I never trust people that wrongly think bad of myself-people always think of the others as similar to them.And really good people trust others have good intentions too and only those that done or thought bad always suspect the others into being in the wrong". So can we give each other the benefit of the doubt, always start with the assumption that what was said was coming from a good place? I believe this will make us better people.