And that doesn't even get into the false equivalences the article sets up. Thankfully, Daily Dot did get into that, at least a bit.
Fans can be loud and obnoxious on social media, making it easy for people to lump valid criticism into the same category as stupid overreactions ('The new Batmobile looks so bad I'm never reading a DC comic again') and outright harassment. For writers and creators, this can start to feel like one huge mass of negative commentary—which is probably why Faraci's article resonated with so many people.
In a lot of ways, he's right. He just doesn't seem to recognize the difference between outright harassment and vocal but constructive campaigns to improve fandom for everyone.