Instead of just embracing the meme, people have invented this weird phrase of yours that shows just how offended they are. Not very smart.
But see, I don't have a problem with insults, its not like I have been polity towards people here so far. I specifically logged onto GAF after like at least a year because I wanted to discuss this topic and I knew that I wouldn't find anyone with opposing views on ResetEra.
After I tried on Youtube and Twitter to figure out what peoples actual problem was without success, I tried here. Also without success. All I found out is that there seems to be significant overlap between the anti-feminist, Gamergate and "I'm concerned about agenda in muh gamz" crowds.
I get why GAF formerly and ERA wants to keep these people out. For the most part they're toxic for any kind of proper debate.
But I think its still important to regularly check up if the views have evolved in any way. And now, it appears, GAF is a good place to do that.
Also, referring to the introduction of lesbian characters as "pushing them into obscurity" is a very weird choice of words.
What exactly is obscure about homosexual romance in games?
It's not merely criticism. I don't know how much clearer I could have spelled that distinction out. Your claim was "all they do is criticize games" No, that's not all they do.
No, that's not true. In fact it's dead wrong. Censorship is defined as "the suppression or prohibition of any parts of books, films, news, etc. that are considered obscene, politically unacceptable, or a threat to security." The government may be the only entity capable of prohibition. But several different entities are capable of suppression.
If you show up to a speaking event and use shouting and noise makers to drown out a invited guest speaker, rendering him unable to be heard, you are engaging in censorship. That's just one of many non-governmental forms censorship can take.
Can you cite any activity by games journalists you'd categorize as censorship?
Suppressing speech as a non government entity is always a crime, at least in all the scenarios I can think of.