It's funny you mention disgust, because disgust sensitivity does go along with conservative ideals. And also with self preservation against disease, part of fight or flight or a fear/ anger response.>pseudo-intellectual simpleton
When a cat is backed into a corner, it hisses and makes itself seem bigger. The same thing you're doing here.
I'm not a relativist in any sense, or a liberal, and quite honestly what little I've learned has been forced out of me through hardship. It's said about comedians that the harder your life, the more you try to make others happy. ( I suppose if you don't go the way of spite) And quite honestly, I don't ever see someone so eager to trivialize an opposing ideal rather than reason with it, who isn't also a closed minded spoiled brat.
Save your disgust for those who are deserving- the disingenuous, and it will be well spent. But spend your discussion action points on meritorious grounds and everyone stands to gain.
Now, as for the Sistine chapel, I would probably rank that higher, because it has a larger more all encompassing ideal. But I would rank this red canvas far above anything driven by a vain ideal, or base instinct, because I can't believe in them. I've tried and can't.
Here's something spawned from the discussion of this I think you could find useful. I don't think you should be muttering as you clean up dog shit. Yes, it's a very human thing to do, but how much better an example can you be if you find happiness even in that? Like me being on this site for instance. No one (should) rightfully listen to me if I'm angry. It quite possibly means my perspective is skewed for a start. Righteous anger is another huge tangent, but suffice it to say the default shouldn't be anger, and even when proper it's often beneficial to withhold. Like with calls for lynching. It's the decent person who fights their instinct to not act on hearsay.
Best of luck, may you find healthy temperance in your ideals.