How do we judge someones expressed opinion?
A lot of groups want to intimidate others with the words "hate" speech. Now this is valid if the description being criticised expresses hate towards a group or identity.
It is not hate speech if the criticism is of an outlook that demonises anyone who disagrees with a philosophical world view. It maybe the truth.
Truth can be critical of groups, of identities, or behaviours which leads to negative outcomes for individuals.
Are there examples of this on going in our society and do some philosophies get a bad name because of people who are bad examples of ideas, though the ideas are sound?
Does an idea and its consequences validate the idea or are they disconnected?