This chapter outlines four reasons in favour of honouring and admiring the immoral. First, that the admirable deserve honour and admiration and so it would be wrong to deny them this. Second, that allowing morality to fully dictate the people we admire would be a form of overly judgemental moralism. Third, that in refusing to admire or honour the immoral we would be shutting ourselves off from distinctive contributions and insights into the human condition. Finally, that because our admiration for people can play an important role in our sense of identity, morality should not require us to abandon admiration that has this kind of personal value. It is also argued that the reasons in favour of honouring and admiring the immoral do not support doing nothing as a policy.