or “no apologies” intend to rid people of any possible form of guilt and this in contrast to some religions.
“We only have one life to live, we should make no apologies” (Beres Hammond). This quote can be interpreted in two different ways,; one has to try to live life in such a way so no excuses need to be made. Or: every human has the right to choose how he wants to arrange his life and doesn’t need to apologize, even when his choice does not match the accepted vision of society.
In analogy with holy Buddha statues on which believers stick gold leafs to obtain a favor, the spectator can cover up every excuse without having to apologize to the involved parties directly.