In British English, “outing” can have a different meaning – which is to expose (or accuse) someone of being gay,lesbian or bisexual when they have chosen not to reveal this.
Whilst it is no longer illegal to be gay in most (if not all?) European nations, there are still risks to peoples safety in some areas / communities and it is still is a criminal offence in many Commonwealth nations.
Often people are incorrectly judged as being of a different sexuality (even by those of supposedly alternative views) simply because their interests do not match gender stereotypes ; such as a young man being interested in crafts (including embroidery) or interior design, or a young woman being interested in trains, or electronic engineering.
to be fair this stereotyping is becoming less common in modernised parts of Asian nations and is nowadays more commonplace in “Western” culture, but that sort of “outing” isn’t very popular here…