Social Justice Warriors (known in English as Social Justice Warriors, or by its abbreviation as SJW) never used to be something "negative" until the 21st century arrived and they found access to the internet. Since then, and in this generation in general, the networks agree that people have become too sensitive and so politically correct that it is dangerous.
The first example that can be remembered was during the broadcast of the Goblin Slayer anime in 2018, which caused a wave of criticism on Twitter (already recognized as the birthplace of the SJW), who claimed that this was a series that men greatly enjoyed since it awakened "their natural instinct as violent beings." However, despite everything, something that has circulated recently in networks is why the SJW can never really affect the anime industry.
1. Los justicieros sociales son exclusivos de Occidente
To begin with, the term “Social Justice Warriors” was born in the West and is used to refer to these users in networks with extremist ideals who act very aggressively in the face of anything that does not conform to their terms. Being unique to the West, Japan couldn't care less about its existence.
And since anime is inherently Japanese, this minority group is truly irrelevant and lacks the power or influence to demand changes in designs, themes, or any element of an anime. A quite popular controversy and that at this time is old news was the one generated by the series Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari, during its first episodes, where it was widely criticized that, and I quote, “men were empowered by making them see as victims when Naofumi was falsely accused of rape. "
2. Japón no tiene necesidad de complacer peticiones de Occidente
The anime is Japanese and is made in Japan (or so it is assumed, because now they even hire in South Korea, China, and other countries). Given this, it stands to reason that Japanese create anime primarily to satisfy the tastes of their people, not those of other countries.
Japan does not have the same ideologies of "political correctness" that social vigilantes hail so much and that have affected other industries, such as American cinema. That is why the anime industry will practically never bow to the requests or demands of Western fans, not even by influential journalists who write the already accustomed and exaggerated reports.
In conclusion, social vigilantes cannot affect neither the anime nor the manga industry, and they simply remain as a minority group that thinks they have more power than they really enjoy, trying to impose their ideologies on other people and dignifying themselves as completely correct people.
Much of the internet community is already tired of all this hypocrisy and futile efforts to try to change the anime industry, even calling fans pedophiles, as in the most recent case involving Uzaki-chan wa Asobitai !. Anime art could never be ruined by a bunch of brains who don't even know a bit about the industry to begin with.
Original writing (in English): Anime Motivation