I tweeted this a couple weeks ago, "Geez, I'm allowed to be weirded out by something. It doesn't make me intolerant. Not everyone is going to like the same stuff. Get over it."
I was talking to someone and they mentioned something they were into. They asked what my opinion on it was. I said it creeped me out, because it does. I said I felt it was weird, because I do. I said it made me uncomfortable, because it does. I explained more specifically why I had those feelings because the person I was talking wanted to know. So, I explained simply why it didn't float my boat.
Then I got called intolerant.
"Intolerance: Not tolerant of others' views, beliefs, or behavior that differ from one's own.
Intolerant: Unwillingness or refusal to accept people who are different from you, or views, beliefs, or lifestyles that differ from your own."
I'm allowed to have a negative opinion on something without it being intolerance. I don't care that the person I was talking to is into it. I'm not hating on them doing it. I didn't bash it. I didn't bash them for liking it. The only "negative" thing I even said was that I'm not comfortable with it and it's creepy to me.
Sorry, that doesn't make me intolerant. A lot of people tend to get defensive when they talk about something they like and then someone doesn't share their appreciation of it. There's no need to be defensive about it when you're not being attacked, judged or ridiculed for it, though.
Someone having a differing opinion from you doesn't make them intolerant.