Learning When to Shut Up – Episode 134
This week, Paul and Andy have an in depth discussion around one of our favorite topics, learning when to shut up. Vegans often feel pressure to constantly speak up for animals at every possible opportunity, but are there any scenarios in which it makes more sense to hold our tongue? Are there situations in which we might need to realize we aren’t the best person to deliver a message? Sparked by a listener email regarding their experience at a protest targeting a local dairy operation, they do our best to get down to the bottom of it!
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