Or are you just doing a strawman?
There's legitimate medical reasons why to forgo some vaccines. Proven, studied, verifiable reasons that are generally agreed upon across the medical field.
That is far different than not doing a vaccination because you think it'll lead to autism or adhd despite zero legitimate evidence suggesting the things are linked.
My wife was struck with a disease that was a cousin to the chicken pox when she was young. Later, when 3 of her sibling got the chicken pox she did not. Later, when some of her friends did she did not. When she went to the doctor before college and the chicken pox vaccine was brought up, the doctor suggested it could medically be reasonable to skip it for her since she's seemed to have a good immune response to it already due to the other disease, and thus wasn't as necessary to inject her with the chickenpox virus, which could potentially have had a mild chance for ramifications down the road.
This was not taking a vaccine for a legitimate medical reason based on actual facts, context, and a medical understanding of the legitimate health benefits and risks. Few, if any, people have an issue with this kind of thing...or with someone not taking a vaccine because they're allergic to something in it. What they have a problem with is people refusing to take them, especially for some of the more serious diseases, due to medically unsound reasons.