I have argued against the validity of a person claiming to be tolerant when they are clearly intolerant of POV's they consider intolerant. "I can tolerate anything but intolerance," and all that.
Yet I think I understand it, thinking about it on my walk today. I am judgemental of people who are judgemental. I don't much judge sins, as I am deeply aware of human frailty and root self-centeredness. People do lots of terrible things. I don't pretend to be able to keep my temper and gently encourage repentance on all of them, but I think I tend that way. Yet I lose my temper quickly at those who are quick to accuse and quick to assume bad motives. Those who are quick to adopt the prophetic voice and call the church or the nation or the world back into righteousness. Some Christians have been the conscience of the larger group, and done great good. Just be sure you are right in that prophecy, and not just stating the preferences of your family, your group, your tribe. Because the penalty for false prophecy is supposed to be death. Remember?
I very much don't like it when folks too readily set themselves up as a judge over others - when they claim to be simply stating facts but are being insulting; when they claim they know what Jesus would have others do.
I'd rather err on that side.