More of a hard-Social Conservative (though, not as hard as the Non-Whites tend to be lol - I'm not Nazi Socioconservative like most Muslims in Europe and America are).
I really try hard not to associate myself with degenerate, autistic fedora-tipping Economic Conservatives/Classical Liberals.
So like pretty hard Societal Conservatism but while still adhering to Democracy and Humanitarianism (not the oddball Humanitarianism as we know it, but just a broad respect for human life even if you are a degenerate, autistic fedora-tipper, I still don't want to kill you).
I think those are probably the two predominant strands of 'Conservatism'. Those who define it in a societal sense and are more focused on issues like Immigration, Abortion, Homosexuality, Feminism, Drugs & Alcohol and The Constitution (in the US) - and the Economic Conservatives/Classical Liberals whom are more focused on Free Markets. These folks are usually more Socially Libertarian - they don't really care about the social issues as much.
Each major branch defines itself as the true 'Conservatives'.
Usually, 'Conservatives' are a mix of both Social and Economic Conservatives. However, there's plenty of examples of people who are pretty Leftist on Economics, but are still very Socially Conservative (I think Mobutu is a good example here) and people who define themselves as Conservative, edgily, while being super degenerates. I can't think of any good examples of this here off the top of my head. There's certainly some Classical Liberals but the ones here usually retain some sort of Socioconservatism..well, maybe that one fellow Latte Liberal was a good example of a very headstrong Classical Liberal, don't know what alias they go by now, but then again I don't think this person describes themselves as 'Conservative'. Underscore also crossed my mind but he seems open to some Socioconservative ideas, deny it as much as he may. He likes Le Pen.