Yes because encryption is foolproof and doesn't ever draw unwanted attention.Just a friendly reminder that anything you send or store on the internet in plaintext has no reasonable expectation of privacy. If you want to keep online stuff private, encrypt it at the source and leave it encrypted during transit and only decrypt it at the end-point where you want to use it.
People do have the right to hide certain things especially considering there are still some powerful people in even the USA government who wish to persecute and even prosecute people for being gay. Thankfully USA does not currently execute gays like some countries do.If you got nothing to hide, there is no need to hide. So, let's say, publicly available legal porn collection, publicly available masturbatory habits, publicly available shopping list, publicly available vacation schedule... hmmm... nothing to hide indeed.