So I ask myself: Is it worth it?
And I answer: Does it have to be?
Does having the right, guaranteed by the Constitution (specifically the First Amendment thereto), to move about in public as I will (providing I do so in a peaceable manner) and to say what I will (providing I break no laws, e.g., endangering no others) mean anything if I don't use them? Does the use of those rights need to be justified by said use resulting in some useful purpose?
I think the use of my rights does not have to serve a purpose. It is only by using them that I can ensure that I still have them. If I allow myself to be intimidated into not using them (e.g., out of fear of arrest), isn't that tantamount to surrendering them?