Why is this any different, @Kati? To make this distinction buys into the idea that we are especially troubled about the psychological stigma for its own sake. We've tried for so long to explain that while these incorrect psychological models abound, really effective research isn't getting done. And that's what we are really concerned about. In my example, this was also the case. And the parity of the examples is neither here nor there. The point is about whether ministers should be asked science questions they're not qualified to answer and criticised with they decline to. I explained my view in lengthy detail because you asked me to. Even though I think my earlier post did it okay, and using in the number of words it was worthy of (a quick point to indicate that not everyone was of the same mind on your minister being at fault here). I guess I also thought it was worth pointing this out as general advocacy issue, but that's all. I was not interested in finding fault with the asker. Or questioning the importance or value of the campaign in any way. Let's not sidetrack this thread any further on this minor issue.