Responses to the letter to the Linguistics Society of America seeking revocation of my Fellow status

Scott Aaronson (computer scientist), My Enlightenment Fanaticism, Shtetl-Optimized
Ron Bailey (journalist), Steven Pinker Beats Cancel Culture Attack, Reason
Peter Bonilla (VP of Programs), Linguists' campagin against Pinker flops, but still troubles. Foundation for Individual Rights in Education. 
Aaron Brown (author), Pattern of Smears, City Journal
Stephen Camarata (author, clinician), Enlightening Lessons from Miguel Servato and Steven Pinker, Psychology Today
Shaun Cammack (psychology graduate student), Steven Pinker won't be cancelled - but you could be, Spiked
Jerry Coyne (biologist), The Purity Posse Pursues Pinker, Why Evolution is True
Conor Friedersdorf (journalist),  Steven Pinker Will Be Just Fine. But a letter from his critics signals to less powerful scholars that certain opinions, publicly stated, could result in professional sanction. The Atlantic. 
Richard Hanania (postdoctoral research fellow), Lessons of the Pinker Affair: The Problem with the Academy is False Beliefs, Not Intolerance, Quillette
Daniel King (journalist and editor), Good News About That Factually Flawed Anti-Pinker Letter: Its Dishonesty Has Been Widely Exposed, Mother Jones
Barbara Partee (linguist), My Response to the Pinker Petition - Open Letter to the Linguistics Community, Medium
Will Pavia (journalist), Steven Pinker: Linguists back professor in 'urban' race row, The Times (UK)
Michael Powell (journalist), How the Famous Harvard Professor Became a Target Over His Tweets, The New York Times
An analysis of the above Times article: Jerry Coyne (biologist), In which I deconstruct a NYT profile of Steve Pinker, Why Evolution is True
Tim Stanley (jounalist), The man who refused to be cancelled, The Telegraph
Matt Taibbi (journalist), If it’s Not “Cancel Culture”, What Kind of Culture is it?, Reporting by Matt Taibbi
Robert Verbruggen (editor), The Forehead-Slappingly Stupid Attempt to Cancel Steven Pinker, National Review