If you mean what I wrote, then I want to apologize to @timex for that. I believe it’s discrimination to say that some things are real and others are not real when it comes to self-identification and experiences, and denying the reality of the experiences of individuals can cause them psychological harm. I don’t want to accuse @timex of doing that on purpose though! I’m just explaining my reaction to seeing that kind of argument.
I don’t think it’s discrimination to not care about some issues, or to not use some word or other. It’s fine if you just want to refer to people as people without qualifiers. I just don’t like it when people claim that some experiences are real and some are not.