The other part of the problem is during the aftermath of such events, you get people taking the opportunity to exhibit their piety/moral superiority with posts/rants singling out the "2-3" people. You take a little piety, mix a little reprimanding attitude, do a little finger pointing... and everyone suddenly thinks you're smart and place you on the all-desirable social pedestal.
Once upon a time I actually used to think these posts were good and helpful. They're not. They're about as bad as the posts that led up to the incident, they add no value.
Posts like this one, and many others, "Why are we talking about how women dress", "Why are we talking about female make up", "Why are we talking about [insert any seemingly unintelligent topic]?"
Guys, seriously, to everyone, get over it. It's a forum. People are going to talk about everything and anything, it works differently than in real life. Comments like these serve only to boost an ego.
We're all human beings and do stupid things. We talk about stupid things, we think about stupid things. Everyone does this. Including the super-smart people among us with their mountainous piety.
Whatever happened, it happened, it was a mess. That's humanity. I've learned some important lessons, and I am still trying to digest other lessons. Unless you see some super outright haraam talk, then don't involve yourself by telling everyone to stop talking about the topic you think is worthless. If you think it's useless and worthless, don't get involved.
And I say this all as a very stupid person. Just my two cents. Or pence. Whatever.