One annoying part about being a Nintendo gamer is that unfortunately you do have to put up with your choice of platform being constantly shit on by the kind of elitist wankers who use phrases like "casual" and "kiddy" as pejoratives and think being a self-described "hardcore gamer" makes them superior. Or who can't grasp or accept that hardware power doesn't mean as much to everyone as it does to them.
It's not quite as bad now as it was in the Wii days, but it's still a pain in the arse.
I mean, you're not really alone in that regard. PC gaming is "outdated", "for nerds", "basement dwelling virgins", among many other names. PC gets the same sort of rap every time a new gen starts and ends as well, such as the infamous "PC gaming is dead/dying", or "Consoles will beat out PC this time for sure".
I recently saw a thread over on Era, where OP was coming off like some complete loom, in stating that it's impossible to plug in a desktop to a TV, and yet they were met with actual findings and examples of how it is and can actually be done, yet the main gripe was "keyboards in the Living room are the devil", kind of thought process. Some people still think PC gamers have to be hunched over a KB+M, or that we always have to play games on some small table in a corner, not sitting in comfort. Then we also face the Stigmatism of apparently always having bad ports, always having to update drivers, having less quality games etc, it just goes on and on and it still perpetuates over on the likes of Era and Twitter, via Xbox and PS groups found on those two places.
I'm not going to deny that the other systems get their own share of shade though. We have Xbox being cited as the "dude bro" console, "only filled with shooters" and the like. Or how PS is filled with only "cinematic" titles etc.