>>3407601 Tolerance extends to toleration of people giving their own opinion in their own space. It does no good to preach tolerance if you just use it to force people to endorse your own views. As >>3407074 notes, this also helps to contain drama - which, to be fair, was not started in that journal but in https://inkbunny.net/submissionview.php?id=1209863#commentid_3692090
>>3407819 has a point. Inkbunny's primary purpose is to serve furry art, those who create it, and fans of it. Some artists enjoy social interaction with their fans and the wider community, or feel it's beneficial to their business - but that's that's their own decision to make. Personally, I watch artists for their art, not their journals, though I'm glad to comment on both.
As for >>3407068: I'd be more concerned about those stealing from others or plotting to burn down the house. Inkbunny members have posted over 250,000 journals, and you don't have to read any of them. In fact, I'd advise anyone who likes an artist's work, but not their personal opinions, to click "Watching" and turn off journals. Everybody wins.
Lastly, >>3407770 - don't worry too much. A site like Inkbunny is not a unitary community, but a city: thousands of overlapping groups, each with its own character. What happens in one neighbourhood can impact those nearby, but the effect on the whole is limited.