Would you rather do something that grossly violated your personal values, or act in a way that was unpopular? Would you be willing to exile yourself in the name of what you believe in? Why, or why not? How far would you go in the name of Integrity? In the name of Justice? Of Love?
I watched a documentary on the Little Rock 9. People who supported the poor black children who went to the school were mocked and became social pariahs because they lived in a racist society. This caused some of these people to rescind their support in a process known as adaptive racism (Mooney). Would you beat and belittle your fellow man if it meant you were going to be beaten and belittled?
I personally do not claim to be a moral person, as I do not live up to my individually defined moral standards of bottomless and all-inclusive love, kindness, compassion, and generosity to all living things. I am no where near as omnibenevolent and forgiving as I should be. That said, I measure myself and others by how much they help their fellow man relative to how much they can help their fellow man. Though I like to think I would rather be true to myself than bow to group expectations, I could not be certain without going through it. It seems like Fe and Fi are key here.