Me too. My Bianchi E Aria really stands out and most people don't realize it's an ebike at first. Had one guy ask me about the big rear hub. Is that an old fashioned power meter he asked? I just replied I guess you could call it that.The only thing that gets yelled at me is "Cool bike!" "Nice bike" etc. Haven't run into any snobs here, yet.
Get used to it. Ride the way you do where you want, smile, carry all the conveniences and toys you want, stop and start without any concern about physics, and arrive where ever you are going fresh and invigorated. I get that attitude from many, if not most avid riders, and I Don't Care. I have ridden up hills and passes and gotten to the top to coast down just to ride back up again. Touring on an ebike changes all the rules and people don't like change when they think they are good as something....sadly, I was bike shamed.
I don’t think being reverent is one of the requirements for a scout anymore. Remember, several years ago they removed the requirement that scouts have to believe in God, a.k.a. the big guy in the cloudsA Scout is
Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Friendly, Courteous, Kind, Obedient, Cheerful, Thrifty, Brave, Clean, and Reverent.