Not only are SJWs not representing atheism, but they aren't even representing social justice advocacy. Much of their behavior seems to undermine progress on the causes about which they claim to care. I think this is part of why it is so important to make clear distinctions between how they behave and how sincere social justice advocates behave.
I'm not sure that something having genetic components has much to do with whether it is classified as a mental disorder. Some mental disorders are known to run in families; others are assumed to be primarily due to the complex interplay of genetics and environment. It is almost never as simple as something being completely due to one or the other.
Just because I'm not currently using public transportation does not mean I haven't had the opportunity to do so in the past. I am familiar with some of the problems related to rudeness. They always seemed like a good opportunity to exercise a little common courtesy and practice asserting myself. "Excuse me, I was hoping you could move over a bit so I could sit here." Could this be a viable alternative to taking photos without someone's consent to shame them on Twitter? It used to be quite effective.
I don't recall saying I think it is trivial. I'm not sure if it is trivial or not. I can see how it could be a problem in some situations even though most of the photos I've seen posted appear to have been taken in nearly empty subway cars. The part I'm reacting to here is the public shaming. It seems to be the preferred alternative to asking someone to move. I find that strange.
Agreed. And when you are a member of a relatively small and greatly despised minority that seems to have quite a bit of trouble even getting along with one another, what you can do is likely to be even more limited.