What do you think the truest form of freedom in Christ looks like?
Unstructured freedom from internal and external factors would result in internal and external anarchy. Total freedom would be a mess. We have social norms (some good and some bad... in fact most are probably grey). There is an internal framework (depending on various contexts) that guides each and everyone of us. It is made up of our spirits, genes and the result of various external structures that mould our characters.
To me, freedom in Christ doesn't necessarily mean freedom from social norms and pressures, or even freedom from internal or intrapsychic structures. But rather as Paul said - to transform our minds to be like Christ, and the role that external positive peer pressure (more like peer motivation) can play in edifying one another as the body of Christ.
Freedom to me isn't freedom from internal or external structures per se, but freedom from destructive internal and external structures. In this world we cannot be totally free from external structures, but the work of Christ hopefully will be a process of developing freedom from the oppressive reality of sin in our lives. And not just the consequences of sin, but the desire for it.
Philippines 1:6 "being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus."