Did it ever occur to you some people might have good reasons for preferring something like a Kindle? Perhaps even disabilities?
Like I’m pretty sure a lot of eReaders have a “read out loud” function… something that traditional paper books don’t have… something that a lot of people who are hard of seeing NEED. Don’t they have the right to read, too?
Or people like me, who are autistic, and can not stand the feeling of actual pages of paper. The sensory input is overwhelming to me. Don’t I have the right to read, too? Why should I be kept from reading because of the way my brain is wired, something I can’t help?
So stop judging those who use eReaders/Kindles/etc. Stop thinking you’re so much “better” for reading a traditional paper book. You’re not, and you have no idea why someone could be choosing to use an eReader.
There are also plenty of reasons, besides disabilities, to prefer an eReader to an actual book, such as having all your books with you in one place and being able to easily pick up where you last left off reading.
People are READING. Who the fuck cares if it’s digital or a real book? It’s the same damn thing, just in a different format.