For readers who end up seeing this response above: we make a point of not telling people what their underlying values should be. It’s totally fine for this particular responder to want to live their own life where results are more important than feelings. And we’d also be equally accepting of someone who made feelings more front-and-center.
Generally, our articles are structured in a way where you can figure out if an article is targeted at you or not. Read the ones that make sense for you, skip the rest.
Regarding the phrase “fanaticism of the PC movement” — lots of reactions, but the most relevant is the irony of complaining about people who tell other people what to think in a response telling other people what to think. OP: I’d invite you to stay focused on your personal goals next time you post here.