"if you don't like the thread don't read it" - I read threads. I do not necessarily always like or dislike them. Sometimes my reaction is neutral.
Anyway back to the main point in hand, rather than any grab-your-pointy-stick-underhand.
I do not quite understand the need or desire or impulse to separate writing styles, or modes of thought, or profiles, so definitively. To me it is like having different rooms in a house and acting as though the bathroom does not connect to the bedroom or the stairs do not connect the floors or that the kitchen windows is completely different from the living room windows. Each part or prompt of writing or of any art, is surely connected together in one form or another. The uplifting track of one album still comes from the same artist who produced a melancholic hit from another album.
To me, by separating, and to a degree alienating, is useful to produce specific outcomes but misses out on the thousand possibilities of all the in-betweens. That we as modern beings are quite capable of multitasking, of being multiple things, while still maintaining definition and not ending up as a vague blobby mess. (Though the current heatwave in England may make that a reality.) I can appreciate a love poem, self poem and miscellaneous poem from the same author without getting hung up on what the main style or trope of the poet is.
It is not that I am completely against multiple profiles or see them as an utter waste of time, or anything along those lines, but that they seem an outcome of permission rather than necessity: people have multiple profiles because they can more than because they intrinsically need to have multiple ones.
To me it also can somewhat stymie creativity by enforcing a certain approach or style or persona, rather than looking to produce the best of a specific or any style through the combined powers of all other experience and stylistic skills.
Most likely a line of thought shared by no one else, and understood by only a few, but hey at least it broke up the soap opera with the convoluted scholar bumbling across the stage for a bit. Oh, no! I used different tones in my comment and now must rend myself asunder into a thousand shards in order to properly experience each variation, and forsake all schools of thought that appreciate art and life in terms of a rainbow with various colours that are definitive but can meld.
To the solipsist (look it up) everyone else is their multiple profile.