I was doxed some 10 years ago. Had a "I'll come to your house and rape you" guy. Told him my schedule and to watch out for the dog. Suffice to say, nothing happened.
I've been a bit cocky in this aspect since. To begin with, I'm also two countries away from SJWers. Worst they can do is order me pizza, and they'd have to learn a foreign language for that. The absolute worst they can do is get you fired - and if you don't post your employer publicly, they can't do shit in this aspect.
The majority of people that get doxed are people who put their full name, phone, address or employer somewhere. I've seen 99 idiots who had them listed on facebook or who gave them freely to random people to every 1 person that had all their accounts hacked and the info ripped that way when it comes to doxing. Not counting viruses and actual hackers here.
You shouldn't post this stuff online at all, let alone if you're afraid of consequences or want to be controversial.
Unrelated story time: I had a stalker at one point. Someone I initially trusted and was friends with, but they turned out to be a total creeper. He knew my address and I wasn't gonna move. He also knew all my social accounts (MMOs, social media, deviantart, e-mails, you name it). Every time I'd interact with someone or log on one of these, he'd call me, send me snail mail with a list of times and dates or show up at my door to argue.
Eventually I made a separate online persona for myself - new e-mail, fake name, made new accounts everywhere I frequented, restarted my MMOing from scratch on completely new accounts and servers (reason I specifically mention them is because he was worst when I did things I enjoyed - like play or post/interact with people on deviantart. Dude had issues. He wanted to be the only one to make me happy and took my gaming and drawing as such a personal threat that I laugh now, but it was creepy and exhausting for the 3 years until I figured he would never stop that shit and decided to dodge him). Been leading a "double online life" since - people I trust know both, online people know the info linked to my secondary accounts, and family and employers have my other info. I'm not even using a fake name anymore, just not giving info away.
It's effortless to keep information hidden or to create an online persona. Even stuff like money - you can just bounce them through a paypal that has no identifying info to your real paypal. If you're that scared, it's worth the transfer fees.
So having dealt with it myself, I find myself short on empathy when people post their personal info in public places then cry that it's been found.
You want to be controversial, or are paranoid, make a fucking account with no address/phone/employer/whatever details. Simple as that.