A lot of human beings have feelings and thoughts to share with others. It shouldn’t matter whether those urges to communicate have anything to do with marketability or not.
It is easy to be led up a garden path. The fact that an idea attracts attention at a particular point in time has very little to do with its lasting value.
And so it goes with attributes such as charm, winsomeness and apparent accessibility. It pays to be selective about the company a person keeps, as thought processes are likely to have some influence on mindsets and outlooks after sustained exposure.
Social mores and values are only as important as each individual wants to make them seem.
At the end of the day, we all communicate with signs and symbols. Once we put them out there, the deed has been done.