In a globalized world, tribes and faiths must intermingle. For everyone to have the right to live their moral convictions, nobody can have the right to make others do so. I prefer that all women who meet with me wear the neckline shown on young Le Pen in this photo.
Still, I understand where my liberties end and other folks' liberties begin. No matter how much a woman covering her breasts deeply saddens me, I can't demand she show some cleavage out of respect for my feelings. Feelings are a glorious part of life. Yet, they can't overrule rights without someone's rights being overruled.
While Milo was taking advantage of his right to speak, those who disagree could've gone to a local club to take advantage of their right to dance and feel without the fear of having those rights taken away, because the right to speak protects all the others. Yet, Muslims, Mormons, gays, feminists and all other people are tempted to put their feelings over others' rights. Thus, we get raping, pillaging, murdering, enslaving and all the other evils that turn the Garden of Eden into hell on earth. The first step back toward Eden is for us to respect the God-given rights of others - even if we don't feel like it. When in Rome, do as Romans do is good advice for travelers, but letting barbarian tourists act like barbarians is the surest sign of a noble Roman or human.