And again, I don't understand why a question that clearly asks for brainstorming help on what to write doesn't get closed.
Please explain the site rules regarding "what to write" in sufficient detail for me to understand them.
To explain. The question asks (verbatim): "How can you portray this in a less negative or at least sympathetic, light to avoid this?" (sic)
That, to me, is not asking for how to approach this problem as a writer ("how to write") but rather the asker wants to be told with which textual content (words, phrases, arguments) they can convey a certain meaning. The question is not: "How do I find the right arguments if I want to convice the reader of something they don't believe?" (which would be asking how to write and on topic), but: "How do I portray this?", which is essentially: "What do I write to portray this?"
And in fact all of the answers explain what to write, not how to write, because they proposed content (what), not approach (how).
Therefore, neither the question nor the answers are helpful for other writers, which clearly shows that both questions and answers are focussed on the content (what) of this specific case, not on how to approach a problem in a way that would be helpful to many writers.
This is basically the same questions asked in a how-to-write manner.
Another question that asked for "help in portraying it" was closed as off topic two days earlier.