If that is what you want to do, I wish you luck and success in doing that. But I add caveat emptor. This concept is used in law for "buyer beware" but it really is more about "be careful what you ask for". Like a crazed evangelist I ask you to not do such a thing. I ask you to explore why the comment strikes you as ridiculous or ignorant. I ask you then to explore within yourself how you can educate or help them to avoid ridicule.
I believe that if we put something out there it is our social responsibility to walk it through to the end. Otherwise we can ignore it, but that cheapens our resolve to write right. I trust in you, my opinion may even be ridiculous or ignorant. But I believe if it is you will do the right thing by it, and help me out if need be. I am often wrong but figure that is the essence of the wonderful H.O.W movement.
If that was abrasive, it was only my attempt to be frank and honest. If it offended it is my clumsiness that causes such misunderstanding not my intent.
Please keep being you.