An example of a relevant situation:
Person A: "Should I announce x? I'm worried that y people won't (like/understand/accept) it."
Person B: "I don't think y people will mind. And if they do, they're not your (target audience/their opinion isn't relevant/it shouldn't matter to you personally)."
In this example, instead of person B saying one of the three options above, they could state something like 'Indeed, it's a foo' or 'Don't worry about it, it's a bar.'
The key idea is that the word Person B uses is:
- Reassuring and sympathetic to Person A
- Follows the logic that, by having a negative perception of Person A's action or statement, the critic is either missing the point, lacking awareness, or not the intended audience for the action or statement by Person A.
A word with similar usage would be conundrum, as in, 'Indeed, it's a conundrum', however, instead of offering no clear opinion, this word would indicate that if the negative outcome were to occur, it would not be problematic.