Except, as a matter of cold fact, I've said none of those things.you’re telling people how to spend their money and what to enjoy with these arguments and implying there is something wrong with them or “othering” them for liking Rowling for example, because they allow for her views on transgender people as her views that have no bearing on their enjoyment of Harry Potter which has no statement on transgender people either way.
In particular I've never, not in this thread, and not in any thread, told people "how to spend their money"*. So you asserting that I have isn't just an opinion or a view, or whatever, it's simply a fiction. This is one of the major problems with the arguments you've been making here - they're reliant on things that simply are not true, and it's trivial to see they aren't true in this case. Hence the complete lack of quotes of me doing any of these things.
As for "othering" Potter fans, that's obviously laughable. I've never expressed disapproval of Potter fans generally. I dunno if you're just confusing me with someone else - I suspect so - but my disapproval is strictly with Rowling herself. I have some issues with the Harry Potter books in that I feel they're a perversely elitist, faintly sexist, "chosen one" narrative overly concerned with ancestry, but those issues long-predate Rowling deciding to be a jerk.
I literally can't parse this sentence. What does it mean?You don’t have the privilege to say I said one thing while I indulged in the one thing you said I was saying you can’t do.
I don't know? Do you? Will you? This is some pretty confusing syntax in this context. Do you mean perhaps "And yet I went on to have a discussion"?And yet I go on to have the discussion yes?
* = I think the closest I've got is expressing distaste for extremely expensive officially-licensed D&D merchandise/props which I feel are poor value for anything but collectors.