My manner of carry depends mostly on what I'm doing and when I'm doing it. On a few, rare occasions, I will consider others' feelings in deciding how to carry.
Where legal, I generally carry. Where it is not legal, I do not carry. Period.
My favored mode of carry is an OWB holster for my full-sized 1911. In the cooler months, this results in casually concealed carry. In warm months, it results in OC as I'm not going to dress around a gun.
When I shop at Costco, I will CC as they have a no guns policy. I don't boycott because what I gain from shopping there is way more than what they lose if I don't. I'm not going to change their policy, but under State laws (firearms and commercial trespass), their policy has no force of law and my discrete possession of a gun is not their business.
For certain social events, I will consider on the feelings of family members or friends. Many weddings and receptions I attend are held in places where I cannot legally carry. Most all of them expect something like "Sunday Dress" where my OC gun would be out of place. In such cases, I CC where legal.
As far as being out in public, I just don't care what the snowflakes or liberals think or how they feel (about my legally carried firearm, or generally). I OC to make a statement only a couple of times a year: Elections and Independence Day. Otherwise, I carry as I do for maximum comfort and convenience while carrying.
I do my level best to be polite and pleasant, and so no rational person would have any reason to be fearful of me. Most never notice my gun even when fully OC'd, much less when casually concealed. But if they notice, and want to take offense, or be scared, or whatever else, that is their problem, not mine. Though I might give props for them having enough SA to notice the gun, I don't much care if they don't like it.
I have no intention of climbing into the closet recently vacated by the various sexual minorities.
Nobody worries about my feelings when it comes to two dudes holding hands, or someone wearing a vulgar T-shirt, dressing like low-cost hookers, or even violent protests in the wake of election results that upset the snowflakes. There are those who think the only purpose of the 1st amendment is to be as offensive as possible toward political majorities, the religiously inclined, or even those of any decency at all. And yet, we are expected to respect their rights. Well, they get to deal with me peacefully exercising my rights as well.
I don't care to offend anyone. But I'm not going to hide who I am nor the lawful exercise of my rights over the phobias of total strangers. For close friends and family, I sometimes consider feelings and relationships when deciding how to carry. Not so much for total strangers when it comes to my handguns.
I do take into account the majority views of citizens when it comes to long gun carry and so I do not encourage long gun OC as I think it harms our ability to protect and advance our RKBA.