For progressive consideration:
It's possible, though not certain, that some future generations will look upon my views with disgust and contempt. But it's pretty well certain that most past generations would have looked upon your views the same way.
If you're not bothered by the latter, why in the world should I be bothered by the former?
I'll try to appease Augustine, Aristotle and Aquinas' imagined views of me, thank you. What a hypothetical barista thinks of me a hundred years after I'm dead doesn't concern me nearly as much.