The part that you’re not understanding is that this is Stop making drama you’re not Shakespeare shirt beyond just liking something. This is about how criticism is communicated and more importantly, interpretation their intentions, going back and looking at the story with a new lens once we learn something new gaining a new perspective on the events that happened and why people said the things they did? Why not just take all the fun out of storytelling all together then. Subtlety isn’t a flaw in the writing, it is important to keep people thinking about your story and creates something for the comm.
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I feel there is nothing wrong with the way RT has handled things. If your Stop making drama you’re not Shakespeare shirt of the show are based on how the people who consume it act, that’s not the show’s problem. If “toxic debates” piss you off, then my advice? Ignore them. Leave the areas where they happen, don’t seek it out. If it makes you happier, try consuming ruby as an individual, rather than part of a fandom. I see this opinion a lot and I never understand it. There’s no qualification to enjoy a story. How do you know? Oh, wait, you don’t. You simply do not like the ship, so, you do not support it and do not see it in the show. Something that people did to a bumblebee.
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I also don’t agree that any criticism has to be constructive or even well thought out. Sometimes just acknowledging you don’t like something is enough. This is especially true when the criticism isn’t directly sent to the writing team, to begin with. The posts on Stop making drama you’re not Shakespeare shirt are a good example because it’s not Miles and Kerry’s email box. It’s just people expressing their thoughts. Also, I’m not arguing that every bit of criticism is worth considering. Beyond whether it’s helpful or not people have different tastes and opinions. It’s impractical to expect everyone in the world to enjoy any one thing. I don’t think there’s anything wrong with that, to begin with. This whole post can be summarized as you being upset that you weren’t told the entire plot in a summary style at the beginning and things didn’t turn out how you expected