Activist Philip Huang Urges People to ‘Come’ on Uganda: VIDEO


Activist Philip Huang has made headlines in the past for his attention-getting protests against the Westboro Baptist Church and anti-choice rallies in SF.

Yesterday he took his anger out on the Ugandan government, its anti-gay laws, and American evangelical Scott Lively, in an unconventional street protest in which he attempted to educate the public.

He writes:

I was feeling extremely helpless about the situation in Uganda, so I took to the streets and had pedestrians fling c-m on the faces of President Museveni, Parliament Member David Brooks, and American evangelist Scott Lively.

It doesn't really help the situation but it certainly felt good.

Watch (work-unfriendly language), AFTER THE JUMP...