A good ORM library needs to be well designed, battle tested and mature. Then it provides great benefits over writing just raw SQL. That takes years of development effort.
The problem is that with new languages (Node, Golang, Rust) there hasn't been enough time and effort put into ORM yet to produce something good enough to be usable.
When developing in Java or Python there are great, mature and battle tested ORMs I would use but with these new languages I had bad experience with ORMs as they still seem experimental and have issues therefor stick to raw SQL when working in newer languages.