I don't think that hurts my point at all. I agree that it is more common to call Star Wars "sci-fi", but I'm saying that doing so is inaccurate. The earlier linked article suggests that Star Wars hurts the sci-fi genre by making people think that sci-fi is all about laser gun fights and explosions and big bad villains, whereas the best sci-fi is "essentially about ideas, not action", touching on larger themes of the human condition, and so on and so forth. I'm saying that there isn't even a comparison because Star Wars isn't really sci-fi, even though most people think of it as such. The problem isn't that Star Wars misrepresents the depths of sci-fi, as the article posits, but that people like to classify Star Wars as sci-fi when it shouldn't be.