How can be count that our fear of immorality is not in fact the fear of not sharing the ugliness of immoral persons we know?
The immorality would be a disharmonic state just because of its low esthetic value, not for ethical reasons.
The blame of immoral acts would be fearful not for its righteousness, but for its ugliness.
The substitution of ethical issues with esthetical ones cannot be admitted just because it closes the morality to the disputed problem of personal tastes.
But is the matter of stating personal tastes an easy task? There can be counted more cases of ignorance of personal tastes than those of knowing them. The effort of establishing personal tastes places them above the low image of subjectivity.