We have to be very careful when we name things. Afterall we are fallen creatures. Adam naming the things in the Garden before the Fall, gave things their proper name and the things he named were real. We aren't so fortunate. We neither know the proper name of things or indeed whether they are real at all.
Naming things that aren't real is a bigger and more theological problem than we care to acknowledge. The bottom line is that evil is the absence of reality. Reality is created by God, lies and fakery are created by Satan. Therefore if we give a name to something that doesn't exist we make evil 'real'. Of course it is no more real that it was before we named it, but we do immense damage to ourselves buy filling our world with these things which aren't real. We start to believe they are real. There is always the danger they will become 'real', they will become our gods and idols.
Are all the unreal things we name evil? Yes and no. If we name something in order to call it evil, we are exaserbating the problem. We are making the evil real. If we name something that doesn't exist in order to claim is as our own, then we end up becoming a parent to it, and it grows with us, we nurture it and so we create an idol, something that occupies us apart from the Creator, we have made an idol and an object of fornication. God is not in it. Any of the countless names of things in the field of 'gender studies and sexuality' come into this category. That is why, they are best not addressed by the Church, she should not name them, evil or otherwise. They are unreal. They spring from base desire and fantasy, condemnation only makes them more real for some, we have not helped the situation. Therefore we must not name them and must not name people as 'doers' of them. They can self-identify to those names, we must not identify the named things with the person, if we do we lose the image of God in that soul.
If we choose to dine (metaphorically at least) with the tax collectors and prostitutes of this world, we do not do so because of the labels we have just attached. We do not primarily see thoses souls as tax collectors and prostitutes or if we do we have 'named' them by false identiites. Tax collection and prostitution exist, yes, but don't call a person a tax collector or a prostitute; connotations breed lies. We are creating division; some poor sod who is not as righteous as ourselves, not as 'saved', and if we pray for them as 'other', this is hardly charity. We should pray for them as brother, not other.
Much of contemporary religion is stuck in this world of false things, and may of them have become adjectives which is probably more dangerous than being nouns! We describe somebody as communist, fascist, sodomist, heretic or such without much thought to what these terms actually mean and we put them on a pedestal as 'other', the 'enemy', that which is fighting to destroy us. This is nonsense. If these things are evil, they don't exist so they can't destroy us. If they are not evil, they are products of broken humanity and best understood for what they are, if you are so inclined to study them. If not, don't describe people by these names because it makes you look stupid. What we should be doing is naming ourselves as sinner, that is the productive thing to do.
Real evils exist in their non-existence, they are the sink holes on our journey home, only God can stop us falling in and we have little idea when they are going to appear. What we need to recognise is the voice of the Tempter who is wanting us to make real what is not really there, he wants us to engage with the absence of the road, the absence of the real and hard road on which we walk.
Those things we do name, we must name like Adam did. We name them with care and husbandry, we name them to nurture as God names, nurtures and cares for us.