And one more is it can be racist, the stereotype of "Loud" ethnic, racial and provincial or regional cultures, plus socioeconomic classes below the rich are too vocal, verbal, loud tone of voice, etc. African-Americans, as well Hispanics, the French, Italians, people in the Deep South and in many countries, anyone from the USA in general are "expressing themselves too widely" vs their own. But I know in many parts of the US (i.e. Southeast, New England and from what I heard, Canada), you're expected to never bring up controversial and divisive topics as easily, but it seems like my childhood in 1980s California was I was told it's generally OK to express your opinions as long you're not wanting to hurt others, then again, there's a time and place for it, not with strangers and respect another's POV as long they aren't physically or psychologically harming you (I.e. to be religiously against abortion but understood if the abortion is in case of incest, rape, fetal deformities and maternal health, it's fine).