"Let him who is without sin cast the first stone" I'm not even religious but I recknognize humanity in people including their faults. How many of you have never said or done something that other people may dislike or perceive as derogatory? I don't even like Ninja, but to just disregard what he has built and done because of his work ethics; which, I'll remind you, is perfectly fine since he is just a guy doing his own thing; he is free to do whatever he wants in that regard. You are seriously complaining because he has doubts (no matter if justified or not) about compromising his source of income? It's not like he hates women, he sees the toxicity on his platform and realizes that it is just much easier to avoid this toxicity and not potentially harm his source of income. Is that realization, this train of thought, faulty? Perhaps, and you can try and discuss it and try to convince him. But him putting his work before someone who wants to profit off of his success, no matter who it is, should be understandable; and if you don't agree, you should not disregard his work and success just because you have an opinion of him that is not most favorable. Where would we go if we just stripped everyone we didn't agree with off their humanity? Do we really want to go there?