Adult lesson of the day:
Just because you don’t like a thing, that does not mean it’s wrong or that the people whose thing it is have to fix it to make it how you want.
Sometimes, they have good reasons that you don’t know about for their decisions. Sometimes, they have no good reasons at all — but it’s still their decision, not yours.
If they are willing to take note of your concern, you need to learn to accept that as all you’re going to get in many situations. This is what it means to live in society — other people have agency to make decisions that you may not like.
This also means that you don’t get to ignore the definitions or redefine the meanings of terms just because you don’t like what they say about what you’re doing.
Unless you have the economic or legal authority to change what something means, you need to listen when other people tell you that you are or may be doing a thing that’s not allowed, as you just look immature when your response is “no, I’m not!” followed by an angry, pouting, and whiny rant.
You can state your opinion all day, but facts overrule opinions. If some one points out a fact to you, your opinion does not negate the fact.