NO I obviously don't. But I do see you participating in a lot of behavior that seems to defend, deny and deflect, so there is that. I find a lot of your views incredibly repugnant, and your posting style to be beyond acceptable. So can I censor you because of that? If not, why not? You are engaging in hateful behavior. In my opinion.
As for the First Amendment, here's a guy who I guess would now be lumped in with "white men" who are "unable to humanely articulate a message". This turned out to be his last speech before he was assassinated:
Is free speech antithetical to racial justice? Martin Luther King, Jr. would have been surprised at the suggestion that the pursuit of racial justice requires censorship. On the contrary, he understood as well as anyone that the First Amendment was crucial to the civil rights movement.
King spoke passionately in support of the First Amendment on April 3, 1968, the day before his assassination, in what turned out to be his final speech. In Memphis to support a sanitation workers strike, he proclaimed:
This, he continued, was the cry of people “determined to gain our rightful place in God’s world.”
But the struggle for freedom and justice faced resistance, including an injunction, and this is where the First Amendment came into play:
The speech moved to other topics, coming finally to its famous conclusion:
King’s vision of the Promised Land included equal rights for all, and those rights included freedoms of belief, speech, press, assembly, and protest. First Amendment rights, in his view, were crucial for reaching this land long promised, and part of what makes it the Promised Land.
The Promised Land, then, is not simply a “safe space.” Social justice is not achieved by eliminating “microaggressions” or requiring “trigger warnings.” Student activists, whatever their cause, should recognize and insist on intellectual freedom for all.