Don't shy away from outrage and shaming says LGBT ally

Arthur Chu says that when it comes to standing up for LGBT rights, slow and steady does not win the race. Sometimes, it's important to shove.

When it comes to standing up for LGBT rights, Arthur Chu says society needs a good shove. 

The online columnist and "straight ally" says shaming and outrage, not gentle societal progress, move the needle on issues like gay marriage. He joins q guest host Candy Palmater to make the case for getting mad as hell when advocating for sexual diversity.


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