Religious belief dulls the mind and obscures reality. To be closed to criticism of religion is to advocate for an insular, ethnocentric society. It's a kind of isolationism. The fact is all people share one objective world and when we can agree on the realities of that world, we can begin to develop solutions to improve everyone's lives. Being critical of dogma is, I think, the most important step in achieving globalized equality.
Okay, tell me how “I do not want to see hateful, ignorant, toxic posts about religions” translates to being closed off to criticism about religion.
Please tell me, for the love of science, tell me.
In that case, I guess we’re on the same page. Maybe I read a connotation into your original post that wasn’t there.