One of the things that’s often said about vaccine avoiders and maskholes is that they’re being “childish”, but really, it’s worse. The kids in my neighborhood, where the schools have been safely in session almost full-time (elementary) and part time (“hybrid”) in middle and high school, are perhaps the most diligent mask wearers around.
My wife and I were taking a walk on a warm day and there was a ~5 year-old kid doing chalk art in his driveway, by himself, wearing a mask. We see kids walking to school with masks on, and walking home with masks on. It’s just not a big deal.
Granted, my neighborhood is affluent by most standards, but it’s still middle-class. That said, people moved here for the schools, so they’re extremely motivated to have them open — not in a “mah freedum open up now” way, but a “let’s all work together to get the kids to school” way. The closest elementary school to my house, which is huge (643 students, 252 teachers and staff on-site) has had 14 cases among students and staff since New York started COVID reporting last Fall. That is an amazing achievement considering schools were open during the start of the Thanksgiving/Christmas spike, and also during the current spike. (Note that teachers and staff had the option to be online, and 108 students and 4 teachers took that option.)
(Unfortunately, the city schools were not able to open, in part because they were already struggling with prior gross incompetence. So, once again, suburban, mostly white kids have another huge advantage.)
Anyway, my point is that calling maskholes “childish” diminishes children. Just call them “assholes” and be done with it.