Everyone has a view of the world order. Or lack thereof. I don’t doubt it.
But for pity’s sake, don’t express them to your fans unless committing career suicide is your goal.
I see this often. A favored writer going into rant-mode about a law that has or has not passed. Social injustice. Political parties. aIEEEEEE.
Stop. Just stop.
Of course, have an opinion. Research. Have solid facts. Vote. Express your belief to friends and family.
But don’t spout off to your fans and potential readers.
I dropped one favored author because of his views. Hey, it’s fine to see things differently than I do. I don’t have a problem with that. But saturate your new book with these leanings and I am out of there.
Same with writing blogs. You can bet on offending at least fifty percent of your clientele if you go on a rant-binge.
Facebook. You are violently in favor/disagree with a new law and post a FB-driven news organization’s view on the matter. If I do research and find a reputable news outlet that disputes the Screamer Network, will you read the dissenting view? After reading your vitriol in the comment section, probably not. Unfriend.
Summary. Confine your opinions about explosive issues to close friends and family. Keep an open mind on another’s POV on said matters. Do not spew vitriol and resort to name-calling.
Above all, have an opinion. But realize that others, feeling just as strongly, might object. And you might lose a reader.