Tolerance is very popular, even mandatory, in our society today. Of course up unto a point that is good, because it means that people of varying races, sexual orientations, religious creeds and life philosophies are free to live without persecution (or in theory should be).
On the other hand, tolerance has, in my opinion, invaded discussions of ideas and values to the point where a person seen as having formed a strong value judgment about a particular issue or philosophy is scorned for being hateful or closed-minded, when in truth that person may have examined that issue or idea thoroughly before sincerely deciding that they could not abide it with their value system.
It's almost reached a point with some people where it seems like an absurd trend toward anyone holding ANY VALUE JUDGMENTS at all that violate almighty "tolerance" is eschewed and, ironically, judged with the same moral or ethical fervency of the person holding the value.
Maybe I notice this especially being a person with strong Fi development, because in my world, my value judgments are what make me...me. ExxJs and IxxPs are kind of annoying that way. The primary difference, of course, is that IRL rather than the Internet, I keep the majority of my value judgments to myself unless they are violated (thereby often appearing externally placid or easy to get along with as long as you leave me alone and/or give me my space), as where I discuss them openly and passionately in written form, because the difference I see on the Internet or in writing, is that you can choose to ignore me at any time, I'm not actually pushing my values on you, because it's the Internet, you can disengage if you so choose.
I've just noticed this trend, and not just with Feeling types who value Tolerance Above All Else, but also with Thinking types who get pissed that you hold a strong value judgment about something they may like or enjoy.
I just think this trend toward over-tolerance is unhealthy. There's a difference between being open-minded enough to live and let live, and being so open-minded that you become malleable, stupid, or accepting of things to the point of passivity.
This of course isn't a comprehensive post, but it's something I've thought about A LOT in recent months.