To be a good Traditional Catholic you have to be willing to be called a "nutter". Or else you end up like the neo-SSPX, striving to appear mainstream, worldly, sane by the world's standards, etc.
Either you believe the Church was infiltrated by Freemasons (a conspiracy, and a secret society) or not. If you don't believe such, you will end up Conservative Novus Ordo at best, but not Traditional Catholic.
Traditional Catholics believe in being apart from the world, considered strange/backwards/dinosaur/nutter/etc. and consider it a badge of honor and orthodoxy.
Let's face it: not only our liturgical sensibilities (Mass in Latin), but also our practices of piety, our morality (large families? homeschooling?), our dress, our priorities, and many other things set us apart from the World, whether we like it or not. Being Traditional Catholic is not very PC. We generally expect our women to stay home (give up any "hope" of a "career") and raise our many children. Do you think the World is ever going to respect that?
And that's not all: the gulf between Catholic sanity and The Modern World is getting wider, not narrower. Lately they've developed the gender spectrum and in Canada they require professors to use each student's "preferred pronoun" even if that pronoun is an artificial, made-up word!
Better to embrace the term "nutter" -- get it over with -- and more easily save your soul, I say. Sloughing off the shackles of Political Correctness and Worldly Esteem is quite liberating. The Modern World is against Christ and controlled by Talmudic Jews and Freemasons anyhow, so I want no part with it. The World loves abortion (infanticide) for crying out loud! Just listen to "The World"'s reaction to the recent Irish referendum approving abortion. Young ladies cheering like they won $50,000. Because now little babies can be legally killed right here in Ireland! Like I said: stop, World, I want to get off.
I could go on for paragraphs for what The World wants for you and I. Sexual license, marrying late, birth control, having 2 kids, a 30 year mortgage, put lots of time (both husband AND wife) into career and money, send kids to public school (and a connecting series of camps every Summer), a divorce or two, fulfill your bucket list, and then end up in Hell for eternity.
No thanks! I spit on that course of action. Perhaps some other things as well, but I'll leave it at "spit".