You seem to take an interest in American English, so let me share an AmE aphorism with you: when you find yourself at the bottom of a hole, stop digging¹.
Now, onto your Meta-question here. First, you should know that there are only a limited number of close-reasons available to users to curate the site and maintain its quality, "opinion-based" being one of them.
Now, for questions which are salvageable, the particular label applied is important, because it provides the OP some guidance on how he can improve the question such that it can be reopened for answering.
But for irredeemable questions, the label chosen doesn't matter so much as its result: the question is closed (because it's irredeemable), and will likely later be deleted, by one mechanism or another.
Now, if you'd bothered to read our Help Center's guidance on what not to ask before you posted this question, you'd have seen the following, in big bold letters:
To prevent your question from being flagged and possibly removed, avoid asking subjective questions where …
- every answer is equally valid: “What’s your favorite ______?”
- your answer is provided along with the question, and you expect more answers: “I use ______ for ______, what do you use?”
- there is no actual problem to be solved: “I’m curious if other people feel like I do.”
- you are asking an open-ended, hypothetical question: “What if ______ happened?”
- your question is just a rant in disguise: “______ sucks, am I right?”
Your question falls afoul of the last bullet here, and potentially the third one. Starting out with this difference in punctuation causes me mental pain certainly didn't help², but the real tell was you didn't actually ask a question.
Your concluding sentence is a call to action, which you coyly edited to add an emoticon after an experienced user pointed this out to you (which I see you've subsequently removed):
How do you let it slide? It's just wrong. Do something!
Which you then doubled-down on in the comments:
I changed "Do something!" to "Do something :)". Did it make you take it more lightly now? I hope I prevented everyone from heavy breathing. – O. Med. 3 hours ago
It is not a new idea but native speakers influence their languages more than academics and linguists. – O. Med. 3 hours ago
All of which make it clear your motivation for posting was not to learn something but to vent your exasperation and agitate for change. And, as the Help Center makes clear, those kinds of posts are central targets for closure and removal.
closing :) thoughts
So, does it matter to you which label was selected to close your question? Because I can promise you it won't be reopened.
To see how you could have asked the question in a way that would not only survive review (and beyond that, subsequently be celebrated), but more importantly allow you (and any future visitor who sees it, numbering 20k as of today) to learn something, read the potential duplicate @Laurel pointed you to in the comments.
¹ "Stop digging" here referring to the title and tone of your Meta question, which again takes the assertive rather than inquiring approach that got your Main-site question into trouble.
² No, changing it to "Isn't it awkward that...?" would not help, and if you can't see how that question is opinion based, I'm not sure I can help you understand what "subjective" is.