Last week, Matt Stohlandske published his column “I’m a gay rights activist. I want to give $150,000 to someone who opposes gay marriage” in the Washington Post. Matt is gaining notoriety for working to raise $150,000 to cover the punitive fee imposed on Melissa and Aaron Klein, the Christian bakery owners from Portland who refused to make a cake for a lesbian couple’s wedding, to keep their family from going bankrupt. Now an advisory board member with Evangelicals for Marriage Equality, he explains to Welton how steps like this may be the only way to end the us-versus-them mentality on the issue of marriage equality. CLICK HERE FOR EXTENDED INTERVIEW AND TRANSCRIPT

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