This is a point I’ve made many times in the past, usually in the context of privileged conservatives trying to cast themselves as victims.
Your vague resentment of a public worker’s pension doesn’t mean he shouldn’t eat.
Your unnerved-ness about gay people doesn’t mean someone else should be prevented from receiving full equality under the l aw.
Your discomfort with abortion doesn’t mean a woman should die from a medical procedure.
Your belief in God doesn’t mean an atheist owes you something.
And once and for all time, mah fellow white peoples, your itch when you see a black dude you do not know is not something black people are required to indulge by dying.
People keep trotting out “sincere beliefs” as the reason their idiocies should be tolerated, as the reason minority groups or anyone they consider “other” should continue to be beaten down. As if the foibles of the fearful are equivalent to the beat of a human heart.
You’re entitled to your opinion. You’re even entitled to your “sincere belief,” as misguided, or, indeed, wackaloon, as it be. But you’re not entitled to have your feelings, your opinions, your sincere beliefs indulged at every turn, and you’re sure as hell not entitled to that indulgence if your tender fee-fees have a body count. Indeed, all you’re entitled to then is ridicule, or worse.