Permit me to offer some perspective I’ve learned over the last few years. I’ve made a conscious effort to meet, talk to, and follow the writings of people of color (especially women of color), LGBT+ folks, and people of different heritages, faiths, and traditions. And this discomfort you’re expressing?
This is their daily life under the status quo. They have to live in a environment in which what’s promoted as normalcy does not account for them.
Telling people in a public forum to stop talking about the issues that concern them? That, in itself, is a political act.
This does not mean there’s a place for vitriol. Nor should one spout falsehoods.
But if there’s anger? It doesn’t come from a vacuum. It often comes from pain. It comes from being smacked around, or watching those you care about being smacked around, and finally reaching the point where one says “That’s enough.”
Unfirend or unfollow me if you feel you need to. But don’t tell me, or others, to be silent.