I like labels. In a grocery store. It's good to know what you're about to put in your body.
I also don't like labels. On people. Because - unlike the grocery labels - they don't tell you what's inside.
In our very confusing, very complicated, very combative world, we find it easier just to put people in convenient categories. Often based on flawed stereotypes. "If I know your 'tribe,' I know you." Not necessarily. I've been wrong too many times about a person because of some category. Then I got to know some members of that "tribe." And found out they were so much more.