No, forcing people to discuss any one point of a discussion is wrong and doesn’t mean that at all. I said all my 2 cents on the patched out transphobic stuff when it happened. Personally I don’t see a lot more to say about it. My opinion is do not destroy what is probably 90% decent people (especially the porters, but surely the entire company doesn’t know about specific assets and hidden comments in a game!) for the bad seeds, and the bad company heads. It all eventually comes down to no ethical consumption under capitalism, but I think it’s worse to punish a lot of people just to maybe hit a few that are actually bad. So I think praise of Ion Fury is most ethical when not burdened with caveats. additional point of perspective - at my company, the CEO is an unabashed Republican, and he says horrible stuff (Anti workers rights stuff) and expects people to laugh at it. I know one of my coworkers is a Republican and I know the majority are not. But if one of them did something horrible in secret, why should I be punished for that?