I'm making fellow Christians the focus of a lot of my criticisms lately. Not just leftist SJW-ish Christians either - team WWWtW is not that. And it probably seems distasteful, in the way that Trump's offended a lot of conservatives this time around. Knocking Foxnews, knocking National Review, knocking 'fellow conservatives' (or 'true conservatives' as opposed to whatever Trump is.)
For myself, this has been the result of realizing that - for as rotten as the New Atheists are, as rotten as SJWs are - there's a tremendous amount of rot among Christians. SJW Christians, yes, but also... for lack of a better term, mainstream Christians. Establishment Christians.
One problem is I don't believe they're all sinister. I think many are well-meaning. They are, in fact, people who many times think and believe what I used to think and believe in the not so distant past. I was mister 'be friends with SJW Christians'. I was mister 'police your language, don't say this thing it's OFFENSIVE to people', at least politically. I'd roll by Thinking Christian and chide Tom Gilson not to talk about 'gay people', because it was really 'LGBT activists' who should be focused on.
I thought I was helping. In some limited ways, some limited situations, I probably was.
But at this point, I think the orthodox laity - the right-wing, traditionalist laity - need to tell both the laity and large at some of the clergy to, kindly, screw off when it comes to a lot of their hangups. They've made it abundantly clear that they'll bow and scrape to the left, and tend to take out their frustrations on the historically more docile and loyal right. It's time for that to end.