Tiny houses are a symptom of people trying to live like colonizers (alone without community integration, but exploiting cheap materials and anonymity).
That said, I've got nothing against the tiny house per se. The problem is that we live in a consumerist society, built on development of property (colonialism) to perpetually increase the taxable wealth of municipalities in order to 'go forth and multiply', but "Not in MY back yard".
Our consumerist system individuates people so they buy more stuff, and discourages anything that is unpredictable and uncontrollable for the property ownership systems.
Zoning laws are set up for classism and racism, as well as suburbanism so that everyone is dependent on automobiles and oil to 'get rich or get out'. They make government easier, not necessarily better, and usually corrupt.
Living frugally and being useful to a place is antithetical to the oligarchic aristocracies and their sycophantic minions and pickle vendors (real estate agents, car dealers, gas station owners, road builders, food processors, utility companies, etc.).
You'll never beat them from the bottom by yourself.
It's the bullies' world.