We could say something similar about parents who give their child a name with a lot of mahanta, especially one which carries with it great responsibility and one which aam janta most likely wouldn't be able to live up to. Instead of aiding their Sikhi and spirtual development it could very well backfire. They could feel immense guilt, lowered self-esteem/confidence and could also feel disappointment/hatred for the parent, for giving a name which, in some cases, may have near impossible-to reach standards attached to it.
think about it everytime you call maya , you think about maya , the kid identifies with maya ...are you actually being fair on that child by imprinting that on their subconcious ... what about when she grows and reads gurbani ...she will either feel attacked or feel disappointment/hatred for the parent who named her ...neither is desirable . It is not our duty to interfere with another's sikhi/spiritual development and our duty as parents is to keep their kesh , introduce morals, sikh philosophy , gurbani help them get to sangat . They can decide later when they are grown what path they want to take then.
maybe you are confused we are NOT frightened but being responsible and dealing with a real problem affecting ALL of society by making sure we inform how to stay safe, where to go for help and supporting helping those irrespective of faith who have been abused.