A user reports an article to be “biased” as if they were expecting a fair and balanced review of the material being presented.
My advice: Rejoice in your bias when you write your articles, but be fully aware of the counter points to your arguments.
By being fully aware of the counter arguments, you’re able to more fully present your bias along with why the reader should be able to see that you’ve considered the counter-arguments. To ignore the counter arguments to your bias equates to ignorance.
It strengthens the credibility of your article if you present the counter arguments to your arguments along with why you know or feel they are not valid, even if you can respect others who may disagree with your opinion/convictions.
Example of a biased article on the topic of weight loss: Imagine if my argument is that the only way to lose weight is to end each day with a caloric deficit (to either expend more calories than you consume or consume less calories than you expend). Naysayers to this truth will try to consider all kinds of silly irrelevant arguments about how taking a diet pill or going on a all-grapefruit diet or buying an ab machine will result in weight loss. By being aware of the counter points to my argument, I’m able to handle the objections in advance by talking about how my weight loss formula solution works over the long-haul vs. short term weight loss. Make sense?
This is really about salesmanship to handle objections to your arguments in advance and by doing so, even if the reader doesn’t agree with you at the end, they respect you for having considered the counter-arguments.