Are you tired of seeing people here, condemning your opinion, because you're 'shaming' others?
How dare you? What gives YOU the right to shame them?
Well, don't back down. It's not always wrong to shame.
When is it not OK to shame?
In my book, shaming a person for something they have no control over is always wrong. If somebody is in a wheelchair, did they ask to be unable to walk? The chances are that no, they didn't.
Likewise, if you shame somebody for the color of their skin, what are they supposed to do about it? And how is it wrong anyway?
When is it OK to shame?
When a person is exhibiting a behavior that is negative, either for themselves, or for society as a whole, then I feel, yes, it's fine to call them out on it.
Why is it OK? Because they are in control of their behavior, and it's down to them to change it. This is within their control.
If somebody spread lies about you, would you challenge them and shame them for it, or would you just leave them to carry on?
If somebody was a rapist or a thief, is it wrong to call them out?
Some people seek to stop you from shaming promiscuous people, people who engage in bestiality, incest or cucking. They tell you to mind your own business, that you should live and let live, and how it's not hurting you etc. But you are the judge of what you find acceptable or not, NOT them.
All these things harm society in a variety of different ways. They spread diseases, they lower the moral tone, they are baby steps towards the ultimate goal, which is empowering the individual over society as a whole.
What are people who are demanding that you don't shame really asking you to do? They're asking for carte blanche for behaviors that you disagree with. They want to normalize it, and they do not accept your right to a different opinion.
Ask yourself if you want to live in a society, where people are allowed to get away with anything. That's where this is heading.
So shame them, by all means.