The Ted Talk 18-minute formula has institutionalized the effectiveness of contrarian thinking. If everyone is pushing the world to eat more vegetables, the Ted Talk presenter points out the peril involved in copious ingestion of veggies.
So, it makes common rhetorical sense to start experimenting with contrarian talks. The first can be staged at a neighborhood pub on St. Patrick's Day. The owner et al. know you. They will allow you to jolly the crowd bellied up to bar. Your topic will be why we should cut slack, a lot or a little, for allegedly evil Camilla. This week a tabloid has it that Camilla has it in, yet again, for little Kate who seems to have another bun in the oven.
What good can you say about Camilla? Well, she removed Charles from the dating scene. The mischief he might have caused there. She puts up with being unfavorably compared to long-legged Diana. She probably will get screwed in her master plan at becoming queen. Hey, we all have endured finding out we made huge sacrifices for nada. And she probably longs to lean-in, have a big career, perhaps in Manhattan. With your rhetorical support, Camilla might just get the courage to open a hat shop on Fifth Avenue in New York City.