I don't advocate censorship, although if I think someone is being idiotic, I guess I'm another INTP that will engage in shaming. Partly because I think that if this place is too welcoming of certain opinions, it will become a haven for them like Reddit, although I do not think bans are the solution. That could just be because of the expansion of Reddit, though.
I do find that the bar sometimes gets raised too high with political correctness, though. Often, something gets called misogynistic / racist, and no one can really explain to me why that label applies in this example when it doesn't apply to a hundred other similar examples. For instance, "TV Show is racist for not having enough minorities, I'm in the group that TV Show is about, and I have lots of minority friends." But.... Similar TV Show had the same thing, and nobody complained about that. Anyway, if they did have a minority actor in the main cast, wouldn't that be tokenism, which is also bad? It makes no sense to me, and just gets used against things or people that aren't liked for reasons that have nothing to do with political correctness. Also, I think some people want to feel important and socially responsible without really having to do that much... hence, they spend a lot of time criticizing a show on premium cable.
In conclusion, I think being mindful of self-expression is important to a degree, but I think it has begun to be taken too far by people who just have an axe to grind in general.