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I'm Milo Yiannopoulos, AMA


submitted by Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m

I'm a journalist and broadcaster who writes about feminism (darling), men's issues, gaming and whatever else grabs my interest. Looking forward to hearing from you. I'll answer questions here for the next hour or two, and check back regularly over the next day. Ask me anything.

AMA rules: http://bit.ly/1Rez3EO

Edit: Going to take a break for a bit, but I'll check in with you all later. Some brilliant contributions here--and not just from me! Hope it's been enjoyable for you all so far. As I say, I'll check in again in a bit so feel free to keep asking questions.

[–]kidchillin 316 points317 points  (57 children)

A 14 year old friend of mine got suspended for telling a student(girl) feminist in his class that the wage gap was a myth. She cried and he got an inschool suspension, he then gets an essay assignment(unrelated) to write about why feminism is a great movement and how The Great Gatsby is patriarchal and sexist. He's stuck in the downward spiraling loop of punishment by the school for things he thinks are bullshit and is voicing himself. He is pulling F's in all his classes and he feels rejected by the education system, how do I get it through his head that school is important and help him feel that he still has control in his life? Should he speak out against his school, his teachers, what should I tell him?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 325 points326 points  (8 children)

This is horrible. Please ask him to write to me. [email protected]

[–][deleted] 154 points155 points  (4 children)

Having a last name like that is cheating when it comes to domain names

[–]baserace[🍰] 197 points198 points  (0 children)

Yiannopolous privilege, disgusting.

[–]2rp_valiant 23 points24 points  (1 child)

only because most Greeks can't afford a domain name.

[–]spunk_wizard 52 points53 points  (15 children)

Damn dude that's some scary indoctrination shit. What country is this in?

[–]kidchillin 38 points39 points  (0 children)

US, specifically Illinois. Sorry I couldn't respond sooner but my account is new.

[–]kidchillin 21 points22 points  (6 children)

http://imgur.com/tIHt5ld there is the assignment he was given. His teacher is saying that everything bad in society is his fault and that being a man is sexist. You must be a feminist.

[–][deleted] 11 points12 points  (4 children)

Uh did no one fucking notice the first one?!?!? Is that teacher promoting Marxism? People joke about all the ultra progressives are communist making a come back but I'm starting to think that's no joke at all...

[–]kidchillin 10 points11 points  (2 children)

Considering it's an english class where historical context will most likely be forgone, it is a strange place to be teaching Marxism. If it were a history class that would be different because there would be lectures explaining the context in which capitalism was born and the struggles the working class faced. Leaving young students to their own devices to come up with a, most likely, wrongly informed opinion about capitalism would be more dangerous than learning about it in an environment where the teacher can fully explain the consequences of socialism. Knowledge is power and some of it should be taught with supervision.

[–][deleted] 7 points8 points  (1 child)

I agree, I think what's scary is that they're using knowledge and education as a Trojan horse for brainwashing. After all, I think brainwashing is simply biased and one sided education

[–]2rp_valiant 15 points16 points  (5 children)

I bet you £10 it's in the UK.

[–][deleted] 12 points13 points  (3 children)

Could be sweden or another 3rd world european country like germany

[–]2rp_valiant 9 points10 points  (2 children)

Calling /u/kidchillin - what country is your 14-year-old friend from, if you don't mind?

[–][deleted] 24 points25 points  (2 children)

He shouldn't have apologized.

[–]kidchillin 13 points14 points  (0 children)

He didn't apologize, he has a very stubborn, driven nature. That's most likely why he got suspended, he made her cry, made it worse, didn't apologize. I love this kid because he reminds me of a young me. I don't want to watch myself get beaten by the system again.

[–][deleted] 6 points7 points  (1 child)

Jesus christ, please be fake.

[–]kidchillin 6 points7 points  (0 children)

No it's real, he definitely exacerbated things with the girl to make it worse so that he was suspended but the root of his outrage was feminism. It was an in-school suspension, so complete isolation from other students. The essay is completely unrelated and is an actual assignment, I'll show you a picture of it http://imgur.com/tIHt5ld . It's awful, telling him that if he is a man he is sexist, if he is not a feminist, he is sexist. it's completely corrupting for young boys to be forced this mantra.

[–]Limekill 4 points5 points  (3 children)

I think a good answer is what Milo said (way) below:

Keep your head down and get through it. Don't rock the boat. Robbing you of an education would be a victory for them.

[–]foldpak111 2 points3 points  (9 children)

Shit I wish that happened to me, I would've just wrote in big bold letters 'AMERICA IS DOOMED' on the essay. No way in hell would I let anyone bully me in my youth. As an adult, though... Things have become different. There really is no freedom in America anymore.

[–]kidchillin 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Actually what I did was I helped him to write his essay on feminism and gave him some critical points to make about how feminist criticism of literature is designed to control language and women superiority.

[–]Boovs4life 129 points130 points  (11 children)

Hi Milo. Huge fan i just recently watched the Milo vs Rebecca Reid debate. You completely destroyed her with logic while her responses were terrible and i noticed she always said "i feel like" or "i believe that" while you always stated solid facts and backed it up with even more evidence. Keep up the great work in defending us against the feminazis!

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 309 points310 points  (10 children)

They can't win against facts. So facts are the best weapon.

Facts, and great hair.

[–]OneTouchHowMuch 26 points27 points  (4 children)

For those who haven't seen the debate, Milo absolutely destroyed her and the crowd loved it.

Ninja edit: Highlights version

[–]Boovs4life 5 points6 points  (0 children)

His closing speech was marvelous on that debate. Highly recommend everyone on TRP to watch it.

[–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (0 children)

wow, fuck her

Biology and Medicine are girly sciences?

First off medicine is the highest paying science, and secondly biology is a huge broad range of topics. What kind of moron would suggest that Biology is a girly science?

[–]Jowitness 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Someone had a little cocaine before that appearance...

[–]Boovs4life 50 points51 points  (2 children)

You do have great hair (no homo)

[–]KHJohan 47 points48 points  (0 children)

I think so too ( all of the homo)

[–][deleted] 7 points8 points  (1 child)

When she said her own writing was "problematic"...man that was the fuckin icing on the cake.

[–]Senior ContributorNightwingTRP 249 points250 points  (35 children)

Hi Milo, thanks in advance, it's very generous of you to give your time here.

Despite the rise of the cultural libertarians online, here in the UK we still have a deeply engrained sexism within our political system that allows female politicians to openly state words to the effect of "fathers don't really matter" (Harriet Harman) and openly laughing at the male suicide epidemic "because every day is international men's day." (Jess Phillips.) Naturally any male politician who said the female equivalent would have been sacked on the spot. It is truly galling to see Jess Phillips is still in post.

Given the way our political system works, that most politicians come from very privileged backgrounds, do you see them actually coming around to balance things out? From what I can tell, it's in their favour to keep the focus on sexism and racism as a distraction from rising levels of inequality and poverty. (Particularly given the recent research from the LSE indicating that there is a glass floor for people born into wealthy and powerful backgrounds.) I'm not really convinced that there is a significant level of either sexism (against women at least) or racism in our society, and I'm also not convinced these people are genuinely as stupid as the SJWs who think there is. That's my educated explanation of the situation. Would be interested in your thoughts.

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 344 points345 points  (33 children)

Yes, there are plenty of horrible, sociopathic people openly laughing at serious health issues in public life--on both sides of the Atlantic. The flippancy with which feminists and female politicians dismiss the male suicide epidemic and IMD is chilling. And yes, I think it comes from privilege and ignorance.

Personally I want to see more irreverent working-class heroes charge into politics--or at least the people who stick up for common sense and science, which political and media elites no longer do.

Farage and Trump both perform this function in politics; people like Coulter, McInnes and me do so in media. And although you might not want any of these people running a country or editing a newspaper, respectively (I do, but I'm an anarchist--YMMV), what cultural libertarians and mischievous dissident thinkers are doing--and how terrifying they are to the Establishment--is hugely exciting.

We're launching nukes into politically correct spaces and discourses because we recognise what you all recognise: that telling the truth has become a punishable offence.

[–][deleted] 33 points34 points  (1 child)

What do you think of the tactic spelled out here for fighting back against institutionalized Leftism?

/u/yiannopoulos_m I'd love your assessment of this.

[–]Sdom1 8 points9 points  (4 children)

Yes, there are plenty of horrible, sociopathic people openly laughing at serious health issues in public life--on both sides of the Atlantic. The flippancy with which feminists and female politicians dismiss the male suicide epidemic and IMD is chilling. And yes, I think it comes from privilege and ignorance.

Leftist compassion is generally not really compassion - it's Marxist class struggle (ie rooting for the underdog because you want to see the system destroyed) mixed with virtue signalling.

I think that explains why leftists generally don't donate much to charity. Studies have shown that conservatives donate far, far more.

[–]scrantonic1ty 8 points9 points  (2 children)

and how terrifying they are to the Establishment

This really shone through in the case of Nigel Farage. He was never going to gain any real power, UKIP won a grand total of 1 seat in Parliament, and ironically what little support they did have was generated largely by the media and political opponents that hated them in a kind of Streisand effect.

As a conservative you probably don't think much of Corbyn but the same thing seems to be happening to him. As someone who feels completely disillusioned by modern politics and doesn't really have a dog in this fight, I can't help but sit back and smile at the irony.

[–]ThatLexxyFellow 5 points6 points  (0 children)

And Ed Milliband before him. Sure, he was a weak personality, but he was absolutely savaged at every turn. I'll be the first to say I disagree with UKIPs policies on most things, but I also think they deserve proportional representation based on the votes they got. Representationally this is the worst election in UK history, with an error of around 49%. FPTP is broken, and I'll admit that even when it benefits a party I don't support.

[–]1Starswarm 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Thanks for repping Gavin McInnes, his "Free Speech" video podcast is excellent.

[–]ThatLexxyFellow 217 points218 points  (19 children)

Hi Milo. As a left-leaning centrist who is increasingly disgusted by every political extreme, I just want to say thank you for fighting this fight. We may have different points of view on many things, but at the end of the day what matters is that you're standing up for my rights and the rights of others when precious few are. As a male rape victim whose attacker tried to go to the police with a false accusation in order to cover up her misdeeds, I am horrified with the way people like me are treated, and thrown under the bus to fit a narrative.

So thank you for stepping up when it mattered.

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 210 points211 points  (0 children)

Thanks. I will keep fighting for you, because this stuff matters.

[–][deleted] 112 points113 points  (15 children)

How to fight again feminism without ruining your career prospects?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 420 points421 points  (13 children)

For most people, the answer is: don't try. At least not yet. It's too soon. Let people like me clear the way first. We're winning, and we're pushing the boundaries of what it's acceptable to say, and before long you'll be able to speak more freely too. The best way you can help at the moment is support the work of those you think are pushing in the right direction.

[–]Sdom1 162 points163 points  (0 children)

What's the saying? Pioneers get the arrows, settlers get the land.

[–]bluedrygrass 82 points83 points  (2 children)

Milo, our champion of freedom and rationality. Taking the blows for us, until we'll be liberated enough.

[–][deleted] 43 points44 points  (0 children)

Milo will gladly take a blow any day of the week.

[–]HelpMeLove 7 points8 points  (0 children)

"Taking the blows." Heh heh

[–]Mildly_Sociopathic 3 points3 points [recovered]

What if you're a bisexual "minority" (race)?

Would I be immune?

[–]Modredpillschool 183 points184 points  (33 children)

Thanks for coming to do this AMA here. Your work is often posted with great admiration here.

My question- What do you think about the cultural shift that TRP represents? Many consider us to be just a bunch of misogynists, including men's rights supporters who would prefer not to have anything to do with us. What's your take on TRP?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 429 points430 points  (28 children)

People who virtue-signal for a living (most journalists, most people on Twitter) can't understand why a gay guy would spend his time sticking up for straight dudes. They are idiots. I write about this stuff because I see people being lied about and I don't like it and because I think third-wave feminism is driving the sexes apart and I don't think that's good for the future of the species.

As for the misogyny stuff, well. I've never met a single MRA, PUA, Red Piller, you name it with 10% of the hatefulness, vitriol and spite of an Amanda Marcotte or Jessica Valenti. By and large the men I meet in places like this are smart, creative, funny, provocative and interesting.

[–]ThunderCuntylicious 50 points51 points  (1 child)

People who virtue-signal for a living (most journalists, most people on Twitter) can't understand why a gay guy would spend his time sticking up for straight dudes.

You are a gay man, I am straight man. What on earth could we possibly have in common?


[–][deleted] 189 points190 points  (16 children)

I like this answer. We may say that women are like children but we've never said that 90% of them need to be exterminated.

[–]doyoulikemenow 193 points194 points  (14 children)

The Red Pill: better than Naziism.

[–][deleted] 83 points84 points  (11 children)

Damn, I've gotta ramp up my extremist game. Mark my words, the Nazis will NOT be ahead of us for long!

[–]Senior Contributor: "The Court Jester"GayLubeOil 7 points8 points  (1 child)

Hi Milo, I deeply appreciate you coming here. My question is:

Do your colleagues at Brightbart read Red Pill? Do your friends? The general feeling of our writers is that there are a substantial number of notable people such as yourself who read our content, and perhaps incorporate some of our ideas but don't outwardly participate.

[–]derpylord143 10 points11 points  (3 children)

We in the MRA communities by no means consider you woman haters, we (or at-least many) consider the idea of manipulating a system that is considerably against us to obtain sex, as something that leaves a bad taste in our mouth, however we have nothing against the idea of "improving yourself" in fact many of us (i have at times) advocated this, i have seen others advocate the fact that some of the things brought up here are incredibly important, at one point i saw people on the MRA forums discussing the low self-esteem of males within society, solely because it was brought up here and we were discussing the merits of the red-pill.

We don't consider you misogynists, we simply dislike some aspects of the approach you take, but that's only some aspects, we do find some people such as "roosh" deplorable, but that's an individual and he by no means represents the entirety of your movement. Personally i would like to see closer collaboration between TRP and MRA's when it comes to addressing mens issues, specifically related to suicide and the general low self-esteem of men, and i think much of the MRA community wouldn't mind this, we just don't like some aspects of your approach (but when it comes to the areas i would like to see better collaboration on, they aren't a necessity), and we dislike that people seem to represent us as if we were you guys, however thats to be expected, no one likes to be consistently called the wrong name.

[–]chinawinsworlds 4 points5 points  (0 children)

TRP is not a movement. It's a source of knowledge and a helping hand for men to thrive in a system tilted against them.

[–]∞ Mod | RP Vanguardbsutansalt 57 points58 points  (1 child)

Have you seen the AMA by Karen Straughan? What is your opinion on what lead to her AMA to begin with, which was her defense that TRP should be allowed to exist, in essence because men need a "safe space" to exchange ideas because of how vilified men are throughout society these days anytime they speak their mind.

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 53 points54 points  (0 children)

I hadn't read this one yet, but thanks, I'll check it out. She's great.

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[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 242 points243 points  (33 children)

Gays are so boring. They've allowed the Left to domesticate them with "gay marriage." What the fuck. The whole point of being gay is pushing boundaries, getting away with murder, testing the limits of what can be thought and said. Gays are natural cultural libertarians.

Gays are also allies in the fight against feminism--we're subject to many of the same injustices men are, such as paying more in tax for fewer services, and we don't even want to have sex with women! In a way, the structural unfairnesses visited upon men in society are even more unjust when applied to gays because we don't have skin in the reproductive game.

That's why it's a shame to see some gays--but only some--buy into progressive bullshit and start playing along with the genderqueer nonsense. But take heart: half the gay men in the UK at the last election admitted they were voting conservative. The queeny, hand-wringing, language-policiing LGBT losers are the minority.

Those campy, prissy, lisping queers are a large slice of gay life, but there are plenty of gay men who find all that stuff utterly repugnant. They are starting to get braver about saying so, in my experience.

[–]Notthevictim 25 points26 points  (10 children)

Just curious, do you personally believe in gay marriage? I've never really heard your opinion on that. I understand that you believe gays shouldn't get married/"domesticated", but for those that do prefer that lifestyle, are you personally against them having that right?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 81 points82 points  (3 children)

I think gay marriage is a shame. Maybe the best explanation I've given was with Dave Rubin - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0505RbdG5k

[–][deleted] 23 points24 points  (0 children)

I wish I could quote you on my Facebook :D

People just don't get it; they demand freedom, they give them gay marriage; they demand equality, they get quotas; they demand a livelihood, they get longer working hours... AND THEY'RE HAPPY ABOUT IT!!!

[–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Oh hay OP, that's the first video of yours I've watched and I just gotta say thanks for sharing and doing this AMA.

I live on the edge of the Castro in a house full of Gay Marriage-type gays and affluent liberal people and I catch a LOT of unfair shit for tending toward being what you call a "cultural libertarian" who drops bombs and makes trouble by calling out absurdities... I'm too straight and white to pull it off, yet also too conservative to pin any ideology on me. I lost my first job in the City because of it a few months in, cast out by a plot by a bunch of over-sensitive chicks in the sales dept; this PC policing is scary. (edit: added previous sentence). People want to destroy what they can't understand, is how I'd previously thought of it.

Much love bro, thanks for pushing these boundaries.

[–][deleted] 4 points5 points  (1 child)

All marriage should be "illegal" ("not legal"? I feel like there isn't a word for what I mean... illegal implies there's punishment). The government shouldn't have anything to do with people's romantic relationships.

[–]Notthevictim 4 points5 points  (0 children)

That's my opinion. That's between you/your partner/your church. But Milo seems to think heterosexual marriage is fine but gay marriage isn't and he justified that in a weird way that doesn't take into account differences between people and their lifestyle decisions.

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[–]2rp_valiant 21 points22 points  (8 children)

I don't think there's many straight guys around that would "try men" as a result of feminism. Male sexuality seems to be a lot less flexible than female, and gay friends of mine have always either been gay or confused, never fully straight. I'd be interested in other perspectives though.

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[–]UndecidedThrownaway 6 points7 points  (0 children)

I think watching milo has done more to my sexuality than feminism XD

[–]2rp_valiant 2 points3 points  (2 children)

Possibly - after all, the classical-era Greeks used to have sex with other men with impunity and no-one thought anything of it. I think it's probably one of those situations where creating labels encourages people to pick which one they belong to, especially if one particular label is seen as "normal" (straight). Having said that, I can't imagine having sex with a man myself - guys just aren't my cup of tea.

[–]Jobby_jabber 6 points6 points [recovered]

Thats of course the other side of the coin. Some people get caught up on rigidly defining sexuality as gay or straight while others dive far too deep into the "it's a continuum, man". I have no doubt that there are straight guys that would let a gay guy suck their dick. I also know that there are guys who legitimately would not get aroused enough to find it pleasurable. What I see increasingly is that people on both sides are unable to fathom the experience of the other. Everyone has become convinced that their experience of sex is the truth and everyone else simply experiences some shade of the same thing.

I for one don't like the prospect of sex with straight men for a number of reasons. Their first of which is that it totally ruins any mutual respect I might share with my peers when sex enters the equation.

[–]2rp_valiant 2 points3 points  (0 children)

as Jim Jeffries put it, "I could never fuck a man, because I could never fuck something that I respect".

I can't really relate to the phenomenon of projection or trying to understand/interpret other people's experience. At the end of the day, they can do what they want and I don't really care as long as it doesn't personally harm me. Compared to SJWs who try to be supportive to the point of patronising to anyone who isn't a straight white male, all in the name of "equality". I don't get it - surely equality is simply not caring what other people do in their own time?

[–]2niczar 2 points3 points  (1 child)

but there seems to be a general agreement that feminism is pushing some men off the fence in the direction of men.

It's always sounded to me like wishful thinking from gay/bi men.

[–]ECoast_Man 3 points4 points  (0 children)

This is definitely true, as an observation from a straight man in the law/finance sector.

Most gay men I know in these areas work crazy hours, don't want kids (good thing in this area), dress the part immaculately (that stereotype is true) in exchange for bonuses and their annual trip wherever with their boyfriends.

These guys fucking hate the gender gap myth and so on because they simply work harder.

[–]Hunter2isit 3 points4 points  (0 children)

half the gay men in the UK at the last election admitted they were voting conservative.

That sounds awesome, do you have a source for that?

[–]spirit_of_mattvity 5 points6 points  (3 children)

we don't even want to have sex with women!

There's something I don't get about the gay being nurture and nature mixed debate. I could see having sex with men as a form of building relationships, intimacy, and obtaining sexual release. It carries no strong appeal, this is flatly intellectually conceived, so perhaps it's something I couldn't really do, but I can at least conceive of it. What I can't conceive of is not wanting to have sex with women. It's not even an option. It's a telling a fish not to swim situation.

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 6 points7 points  (2 children)

Gay people often report feeling the exact opposite.

[–]waynebradysworld 6 points7 points  (1 child)

Have you ever fucked a woman Milo?

Edit: the people want answers Milo!

[–]BioGenx2b 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I appreciate people like you who help to show that what you put your dick in doesn't define your personality. This idea that all gay men are so radically different from straight men is just so polarizing and utterly absurd. We're men, after all; we have quite a bit in common!

[–]ACraftyApe 93 points94 points  (10 children)

Oh one more question;

It is ancient history for me now but when I was in university, an unpleasant feminazi lecturer literally accused me of sexual harrassment and reported me because on our universitys facebook page I posted a spiderman meme that said "I'm seriously about to slap a bitch" that wasn't directed at anyone. When I tried to defend myself and justify myself she just threw the metaphorical book at me and basically implied I had no right to defend myself because I went against some vague, open to interpretation university rules that I was never made aware of. I ended up getting an 18 month caution attached to my university student record that left me too concerned to apply for jobs where they might look back at my university record. So my question is a tough one but what is the best way to deal with these dogmatic loonies that are happy to make your life a misery when you did something so minor just for a laugh?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 161 points162 points  (4 children)

Keep your head down at school and don't get caught.

[–]daddyj11 33 points34 points  (0 children)

I don't know any company worth working for that will look at your University records.

[–]glottony 2 points3 points  (0 children)

He's right here and it's the kind of thing he's pushing so hard against.

But it'll take some time before university becomes anything of a bastion of intellectualism with all that enforced selfcensorship. It is best not to martyr oneself at this stage.

[–]trprich 94 points95 points  (15 children)

What are your thoughts on MGTOW?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 354 points355 points  (14 children)

Men are told constantly by the media and by politicians that they are broken and evil--that men are the source of all the world's ills.

Bullshit. If there's a gender in crisis, it's women. Women are in a total mess, thanks to feminism, asking for things they don't really want and turning themselves into grotesque spectacles because someone told them their self-esteem shouldn't be tied to their sex appeal. They end up more miserable than ever before.

The fact is, most women don't deserve most men. If I were straight, I suspect I would be going my own way too.

[–][deleted] 143 points144 points  (3 children)

The fact is, most women don't deserve most men.

Damn. That's such a succinct and excellent way to phrase what we've been trying to tell men for the passed three years.

[–][deleted] 16 points17 points  (0 children)

That damn testosterone doe.

Its gives that abundance mentality right up until they hit the wall - and to a lesser degree for the ones that stay attractive - beyond.

[–]redpillshadow 16 points17 points  (8 children)

Women were attacked first. Via feminism. And men helped and drove that effort. Let's be honest, women would never cook a society destroying scheme like feminism up themselves. They are simply not interested in such endeavors. Ester Villar describes it very well in her book the manipulated man.

Basically men do not understand why women are so simple minded/ uninterested in science or progress and thought they need help to excel and achieve like men. To be happy you need to do what makes me happy. And thus the push started to emancipate women.

[–]Cheveyo 8 points9 points  (2 children)

Let's be honest, women would never cook a society destroying scheme like feminism up themselves.

Yes they would. Just not working class women. It was the rich women who could afford hiring people to watch their kids and cook their meals and had nothing else to do but complain to their friends.

[–]boloxchops 35 points35 points [recovered]

Hi Milo,

Huge fan. Been following you for almost a year (not in a creepy way ;)). Do you have a speaking tour in the Western US anytime soon? Also do you think we'll need a major event (war, economic collapse) before gynocentrism finally begins to retreat?

PS. Made you a thug life video. Enjoy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aVSPwPrpQSo&feature=youtu.be

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 101 points102 points  (12 children)


Yes--hope to be back in March/April.

As for war or collapse--we're already fighting one, with radical Islam. Europe's demographics are being radically altered by mass immigration and the refugee crisis. Once women see what happens when you import real rape culture into western cities, you'll start to see a lot of change...

[–]redpillshadow 28 points29 points  (1 child)

How come Swedish women are incapable to see it?

[–]mugatucrazypills 35 points36 points  (0 children)

there's an Arab dude sitting on their face.

[–]∞ Mod | RP Vanguardbsutansalt 3 points4 points  (0 children)

The next time you're in DC/Baltimore for a Gamergate meetup, PLEASE ANNOUNCE IT SOONER both here and at KiA. I really regret not knowing about it as I would have gone, especially with CHS in attendance. Hell, I know some of the venue promoters and managers down there and can set up some great deals, not to mention I have some ways to confound the haters who'd call up the venues to protest and bomb threat us.

[–]1mr_nate_ 2 points3 points  (0 children)

We need a compilation video of Milo's Thug Self

[–]Truman14 61 points62 points  (8 children)

You've said that it was a lot harder to come out as conservative than to come out as gay. I'm not gay but know exactly what you mean about coming out as conservative.

Any tips? Have your politics put any strains on some friendships/relationships you've had?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 173 points174 points  (7 children)

Anyone who will ostracise you for differing political opinions isn't worth having in your life. Fuck them. Cut them out of yours first.

[–]TRP VanguardCyralea 25 points26 points  (1 child)

Great answer. When your value is high, new, interesting people will come into your life one way or another. Don't waste time with close-minded morons.

[–]caviarpropulsion 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Fantastic point. It should be mentioned that cutting low-value people out of your life may actually be very challenging though.

[–]Truman14 2 points3 points  (1 child)

I agree with this, but everyone I know is a lefty. I don't think I've ever met anybody who agrees with me politically. It feels rather isolating even when among genuinely tolerant people (i.e. tolerant of political rather than superficial difference).

[–]PedroIsWatching 128 points129 points  (35 children)

Hi, Milo.

In listening to you recently on the Joe Rogan Experience, you seem to have deeply held religious beliefs. How do you rationalize your support of that religion when they've done all they can to ostracize people of your sexual orientation?

I'm not against religion (the backbone of the stereotypical 50s nuclear family is religion), but it's interesting seeing your stance on it.

Edit: also, fuck you. The Princess Bride is a masterpiece of cinema.

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 289 points290 points  (33 children)

Anyone who suggests being Catholic and being gay are incompatible is ignorant not only about homosexuality but Christianity, too.

For one thing, the Catholic church has done more to shelter homosexuals from persecution than any other institution in history. Worried about getting bullied, arrested or worse for your sexual proclivities? Join the clergy, and the church will protect you. It was that way for hundreds of years, way before the rest of society caught up and stopped chemically castrating gays.

I've never in my life experienced prejudice or discrimination from a Catholic for my sexual orientation. Gays, on the other hand, have told me to go take a bath with a toaster and have come close to physically assaulting me because I have the wrong political opinions.

I can't remember who said this, but there's a great quote about Protestants going to church because they know they are good people; Catholics going because they know they aren't. What's wrong with having a code for life you believe will lead you to happiness, even if you fall short? (Because by the way, that whole "born this way" thing? It's PR, with no basis in science. We are all a mixture of nature and nurture.)

The Left insists on ideological purity: step outside the prevailing consensus and you are history. That's how you get feminists like Germaine Greer vilified by campus feminists. Yet the consistency they insist on from others--how can you be a gay Catholic? You must hate yourself!--they never demand from themselves, indulging in an absurd pic'n'mix approach to personal identity where a person can, with a straight face, claim to be a "polyamorous nonbinary genderqueer hobbit," as though that were somehow less ridiculous than a Christian who happens to be gay.

Don't go along with petty, intellectually vacuous demands for "consistency." Recognise that life is messy and complicated and that people are messy and complicated too. We are all conflicted; we are all trying to do the best we can to live a good life. We all contain multitudes, as Whitman put it.

The Princess Bride is garbage and you should feel ashamed of yourself for pretending to like it for social plaudits.

[–]bluedrygrass 11 points12 points  (1 child)

You even aknowledge that there are no scientific proofs backing the "born this way" concept. Amazing. If only a tenth of world's people reasoned as you do, we would be living in a better world.

On a side note, i'm always amazed at the sheer ignorance people shows about the percentage of homosexuals in the clergy. People act like priests, bishops and cardinals were stereotipical straight men, if anything, the percentage of homosexuals is much much higher inside the church than outside, and it's easy to see and to understand.

[–]UndecidedThrownaway 17 points18 points  (8 children)

At my church the only sentiment that seems to remain is that they don't want marriages, but with that in mind, in my church body there are active members who are in fact gay... I hate the catholic guilt narrative :(

[–]HereComesChuckieChan 22 points23 points  (7 children)

I've fallen away from the church, but I have to say I don't know any Catholics that actively dislike or try to guilt people for being gay. They are certainly anti gay marriage, but respect for all people is taught in the Catholic church. The media seems to clump together groups like Evangelicals with the church and just assume the anti gay marriage sentiment is from a place of hate. It really isnt. Catholics truly believe that allowing gay marriage will bring heavy damage to the institution of marriage, that isn't from a place of hate, it's from a place of concern for one of the most important parts of a religious persons life. Totally understandable in my opinion.

[–]douglas_p 10 points11 points  (5 children)

I went to Catholic schools for 12 years, and I have the hardest time explaining to people that going to a Catholic church is nothing like they think it is. The priests mostly just advocate personal reflection, staying humble, and not being an asshole to others. I can't think of a single sermon that was dedicated to fire and brimstone, hating gays, etc.

[–]rathyAro 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I have to say I don't know any Catholics that actively dislike or try to guilt people for being gay

You know thinking about it. I don't know any Christians that hate gays either and I've been going to church my entire life. In fact my mom, who is Christian, has specifically said to me that it is wrong to hate gay people and a head figure in my old church even went on a rant about how absurd she thought it was that a church would not welcome a gay person with open arms. The vast majority of churches I've visited are extremely open to any kind of person, because at the end of they day they want new members and churches are intended to be the place to go for outcasts.

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[–]porkmaster 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I've liked the movie since I was a kid. Should I hate Star Wars too?

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Protestants going to church because they know they are good people; Catholics going because they know they aren't.

This is a great quote.

I know that I'm a sinner.

The 10 Commandments and the teachings of Christ are things worth believing in. They help to create and maintain civil societies and give people some really good reasons and a solid foundation for being good, doing good, and loving your fellow human in a cold hard world full of sin, temptation and treachery.

I also believe that when children have a firm Christian base to work off of, they generally tend to be better adults. No one is perfect, but to strive for perfection and improvement should be a lifelong endeavor.

[–]romegas314 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I know I read an essay by Evelyn Waugh where he explained his conversion to Rome in those terms; I don't recall him specifically distinguishing Protestantism, though. I'll look it up tonight.

Waugh is a good example of a Catholic (by conversion) who clearly didn't worry much about the "sinfulness" of homosexuality, which he described as mere "naughtiness" in Brideshead Revisited. I do think, though, that his (and your) experience is colored by your particular locale. In other places, in particular South America and Africa, the Catholic faith has been less aegis and more malleus.

I love your work, Milo. Please keep it up. And if you're ever in Chicago shoot me a message, dinner is on me.

[–]JLSMC 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I don't know if I should downvote you for the Princess Bride hate or upvote you for the rest of your comment...

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 2 points3 points  (1 child)

I've been reminded--it was Evelyn Waugh. And the exact wording is:

“The Protestant attitude seems to be, ‘I am good; therefore I go to church,’ while the Catholic’s is, ‘I am very far from good; therefore I go to church.’”

[–]Wtfiwwpt 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I'll have to look up that stuff. I consider myself Reformed (of the Presbyterian bent) and it was my understanding that pretty much any Christian believed that church was a place for sinners in the same way a hospital is a place for the sick.

[–]LyricBaritone 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Joe totally shit on Milo in the religion debate, that was a trouncing.

[–]Ohowun 75 points76 points  (7 children)

Milo, what got you into the entire feminism saga or whatnot, and what inspires you to keep fighting?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 409 points410 points  (6 children)

The whole point of journalism is to speak up for the powerless against the powerful. Most of the rest of the media have forgotten which is which.

[–]WhiskeyGrin 117 points118 points  (1 child)

God damn I admire this guy.

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Real shit tho. That's such a badass answer.

[–]Shearer157 70 points71 points  (17 children)

Milo, yo. Why are sjw and feminists so very entitled? What generational shift has happened to make them think they are such victims and how can we prevent it in the next generation?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 232 points233 points  (15 children)

Millennials are the first entirely middle-class generation in history. None of them have ever wanted for anything, so they invent grievances and manufacture trauma. No one--not parents, teachers or professors--ever told them they were being ridiculous or challenged their assumptions, so they have grown up into foolish, poorly-educated and egotistical young adults spouting nonsense dogma about oppression.

Universities bear most of the responsibility for this. Safe space and trigger warning culture should be stamped out; free speech should be rigorously enforced. And space must be made for libertarian, classical liberal and right-wing professors, so students have access to a range of views.

[–]∞ Mod | RP Vanguardbsutansalt 49 points50 points  (8 children)

Christina Hoff Sommers noted in a recent interview that it was the Dear Colleague Letter that was the defining moment that emboldented SJWs and campus liberals to go full retard with their "regressive" behaviors. I think she hit the nail on the head with this one. Ever since 2011-2012, things took a sharp turn for the worse. You mentioned before that campus administrators are allowing these kids to run around unchecked, and I think it's this specter of Title IX that the DCL represents that's driving all this.

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 34 points35 points  (0 children)

Yes, for sure. The DCL had the effect it did because it threatened the one thing colleges care about: their funding.

[–]Interversity 16 points17 points  (2 children)

For anyone who wants to know more: the Dear Colleague letter on sexual assault (AKA April 4th directive) directly guides colleges and universities that receive federal funding (~100%) to use school tribunes and justice systems to investigate and prosecute sexual assault cases. In addition, most egregiously, it commands the use of the 'preponderance of the evidence' standard, which is to say that if it is 50.1% likely that the claim is true, the defendant is found guilty. In many cases this results in suspension, expulsion, removal from university housing or jobs, restraining orders etc. often without sufficient evidence.

In addition, guidelines for interim measures are provided, and list such measures as changing housing arrangements (kick the rapist off campus), restraining orders (make the rapist live in fear while on campus), removal from shared classes (ruining rapist's ability to complete their degree on time), etc. all of which can be instituted with NO EVIDENCE of any crime being committed, and we already know of multiple cases where such measures have been taken against students who are known to not have committed a crime. I'll dig up the story.

I recently assisted a young man who was subjected by administrators at his small liberal arts university in Oregon to a month-long investigation into all his campus relationships, seeking information about his possible sexual misconduct in them (an immense invasion of his and his friends’ privacy), and who was ordered to stay away from a fellow student (cutting him off from his housing, his campus job, and educational opportunity) — all because he reminded her of the man who had raped her months before and thousands of miles away. He was found to be completely innocent of any sexual misconduct and was informed of the basis of the complaint against him only by accident and off-hand. But the stay-away order remained in place, and was so broadly drawn up that he was at constant risk of violating it and coming under discipline for that.


[–]pantsoffire 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Thanks for the comment/ link.

[–]Wiegraf_Belias 16 points17 points  (2 children)

And space must be made for libertarian, classical liberal and right-wing professors, so students have access to a range of views.

Would certainly be nice to see that instead of the increasing calls for racial diversity across American campuses in the wake of the "Mizzou" protests.

We should be moving further into the realm where gender and race doesn't matter, but rather your individual actions, opinions and ability to use logic, reason and facts.

Instead, it feels like the authoritarian left is pulling us back to a pro-segregation society all in the name of feelings and superficial representation.

Ultimately, if you feel uncomfortable and unrepresented simply because someone in a position of authority doesn't share something as meaningless as their genitals or skin colour as you,, then that says quite a lot about you as an individual.

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[–]Wiegraf_Belias 17 points18 points  (0 children)

There's a reason so many say that these people lack self-awareness and are simply projecting their own bigotry on the rest of society...

[–]spunk_wizard 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Millennials are the first entirely middle-class generation in history. None of them have ever wanted for anything, so they invent grievances and manufacture trauma. No one--not parents, teachers or professors--ever told them they were being ridiculous or challenged their assumptions, so they have grown up into foolish, poorly-educated and egotistical young adults spouting nonsense dogma about oppression.

I've never seen this notion summed up so eloquently and succinctly. Though if anyone could do so, it would be you. I'm saving this paragraph to my phone for future reference.

Bravo Milo, keep fighting the good fight for us.

[–][deleted] 37 points38 points  (3 children)

Hey Milo,

I'd just like to thank you for stopping by, especially after scheduling difficulties. I'd also just like to thank you for your journalistic work. It's absolutely fantastic to have a male representing male issues and doing a terrific job of it. I laugh every single time you rhetorically rape some feminist on the air.

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 37 points38 points  (1 child)

Sorry I had to reschedule! And thank you for having me.

[–]CCRJ 38 points39 points  (3 children)

Hey Milo. Do you think that false rape accusations are more common than society and feminists like to make out? I was falsely accused of rape and the charges were dropped. I had to go to through 6 months of unnecessary stressing though. I think it's ridiculous how a woman can claim rape and potentially ruin a mans life just because she had sex that she regretted, wants to get revenge on her partner, wants to cover up infidelity..etc. There's a forum dedicated entirely to false rape accusations and it seems like it's a common occurrence. The worst part is that women rarely get prosecuted for making false allegations.

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 51 points52 points  (0 children)

It happens all the time. You should see my inbox.

[–]lachiemx 37 points38 points  (1 child)

I am ex state law enforcement, and when I brought this up with the sex crimes squad they told me six out of ten rape claims are false. My respect for them grew tremendously, because they knew it was a problem and handled things with dignity.

[–]SpaceCrunch 7 points8 points  (0 children)

I got into a situation where I took a girl home from the bar and her friends called the police, accusing me of rape. The police came to my house and put me in handcuffs. Shortly after that though, they started being super cool to me, like they just knew the whole thing was bullshit. Eventually they told me that is was BS and they just took the girl home and left my my house.

[–]IRC Mod-Anteros- 90 points91 points  (23 children)

Milo, Thank you very much for your exemplary work and for doing this AMA.

The goalposts of being "not racist/sexist/masculine" are always moving when leftists are in power. Where/When do you see the current censorship of any pro-male sentiment ending?

Moral responsibility, accusations of phobias, and statistical misinterpretation is often used against men in order to get them to believe in gender equality and other such nonsense. When confronted with these strategies used against them, men often cover their eyes and recite the party lines. Is there anything compelling that you have seen which can snap them out of this trance (Besides potential for sex/videogames) ?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 214 points215 points  (22 children)

Thanks for the kind words!

I genuinely think we're about to see a big shift away from crazy feminist progressivism. The public is starting to catch on now, and they are incensed by the lunacy and unfairness of what they see. Most women don't hate men, and they are appalled by misandrist feminists who do.

There will always be a vocal minority of lunatics, but from my interactions with journalists and TV producers, the appetite for outrage-led, fact-free stories about confected feminist grievances is coming to an end. When that happens, men and arguments in favour of men will naturally begin to reassert themselves, because our views are based on facts, not feelings.

[–][deleted] 74 points75 points  (14 children)

FYI this AMA is more entertaining when you read the answers in Milo's voice in your head...

[–]probpoopin 43 points44 points  (6 children)

And imagine his fucking amazing hair. I'm a straight, pretty manly man, but damn...that guys hair is fucking beautiful.

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 124 points125 points  (3 children)

Yeah, it's pretty great.

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pretty manly man

Pretty, manly man?

Pretty manly, man?

[–][deleted] 3 points4 points  (1 child)

Are there people not reading it like that?

[–]ghebert001 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Pro-Tip: read everything in Milo's voice in your head, make the world more entertaining.

[–]IRC Mod-Anteros- 11 points12 points  (0 children)

Thanks for the reply Milo, keep up the good fight.

[–]TheIceMagCometh 91 points92 points  (15 children)

Hi Milo! My husband (a conservative Democrat) and I have repeated disagreements about how dangerous for America the extreme PC climate on campuses and elsewhere. He contends that college youth have been this dumb and irritating since the 60's and nobody really takes them seriously and they do the Left more harm than good by being so off putting. Please, in the words I can't seem to find, explain why he's wrong.

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 479 points480 points  (10 children)

He's not wrong--college kids have always been dumb. But there's a difference today, and it's that the administrators and staff relinquished their responsibility to stamp out the worst excesses some time ago, with the result that silly opinions that ought to have been challenged and matured out of on campus were allowed to flourish in a "safe space."

These kids grew up and got jobs at Gawker and Buzzfeed still believing in the politics of the student union. Thus: we have a media that indulges in the same grievance-based, victimhood-obsessed, fact-free, feelings-driven garbage as you see on campuses.

Yet even this virtuous circle of moron reinforcement could be broken if faculty staff and college leaders were brave enough to say: "Don't be so fucking stupid. You are not oppressed. The 'safe space' you are demanding is called America; it's what enables you to speak your mind freely, however empty that mind might be. You are here to be challenged--get used to it. Now go back to class, or you'll be expelled."

In my view, any student demanding a trigger warning or safe space should be immediately expelled. They have demonstrated that they are incapable of completing the requirements of their degree.

[–]theredpillager 42 points43 points  (1 child)

This might be the best AMA response I have ever read.

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 38 points39 points  (0 children)

I commend your taste and judgement.

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Excellent answer Milo! Something needs to be done to give incentive for that behaviour. Currently I think the business of university sees incentive to what they are doing, but that may erode itself if people start seeing useless degrees for what they are.

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[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 209 points210 points  (6 children)

Feminism makes women ugly. It attracts ugly women in the first place, and then tells them to get even uglier. I don't want to keep shilling my columns here but I wrote on this a while back, I think. Even Lindy West agrees that women who don't confirm to traditional beauty standards (read: too lazy to work out and get their hair done) seek out progressive politics.

[–][deleted] 18 points19 points  (1 child)

Absolutely nailed it!! Especially like the work out and get their hair done comment. You could also use the same reply for the typical lesbian too.

[–]2rp_valiant 25 points26 points  (0 children)

the typical lesbian is a straight woman who either can't get laid or was burned by some guy (alpha widow or otherwise). More women than men are capable of changing up who they partner with - you see it with women dating transgenders too.

[–]itsmehobnob 73 points74 points  (5 children)

Attractive women don't benefit from feminism.

[–]∞ Mod | RP Vanguardbsutansalt 41 points42 points  (2 children)

Attractive women don't benefit from feminism.

Until they get older and their looks start to fade. Then suddenly women's looks privilege starts to bite them in the ass now that they're not longer benefiting from it.

[–]Rumking516 29 points30 points  (2 children)

Milo, thank you for taking the time to do this. How do you have a conversation about certain things, such as the wage gap, if your opponent will not even recognize the falsehoods are just that-falsehoods?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 90 points91 points  (1 child)

Keep demanding facts, examples and reasoning. Keep making your case and explaining the reasoning. Be calm, relentless, reasonable. Nothing annoys them so much.

[–]2rp_valiant 10 points11 points  (0 children)

+1 to this - if you stay calm and keep hitting them with the facts, they'll get flustered and in their stompy tantrum often end up falling into their own traps.

[–]The_fox_in_lion_skin 39 points40 points  (8 children)

Milo, thank you for coming here.

From my personal experience the U.S. military has become more feminine then ever before. Politicians led the charge against the military for having rape issues, but instead of stopping their after putting in preventive measures. They've toke it a step further and are trying to introduce women into special forces, the last true masculine space in the military and one with some of the toughest most self sacrificing jobs any one can have.

What are your opinions about this situation? & Is there any way to stop this change before the consequences have a lasting effect?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 85 points86 points  (7 children)

Women on the front lines is a disaster--it's a trendy experiment that the powers that be will have to reverse quickly, if they care at all about the lives of male soldiers. Or about winning wars.

[–]foldpak111 11 points12 points  (0 children)

Introduce a female to an all-male environment, the men shift from camaraderie to competition for the females attention. It's quite counterproductive but that's probably how the politicians like it. Let the retards run in circles while we make the big boy moves.

[–]sorceryofthetesticle 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Hey Milo, thanks for being awesome. I recently read an article from an alt-right publication about women on the front lines. The author observed that when women are more and more accepted into previously male-exclusive arenas (politics, clergy, war) it usually means the roles they take are less crucial for success in the arena. eg. In the case of women on the front lines, the author's idea is that ground infantry is becoming less important to our overall military strategy, so now women are allowed to become soldiers. Seen like this, WotFL is more of a strategic decision than pure pandering.

I'm curious what you think of this idea in general as a heuristic, though. With leaders like Angela Merkel or Loretta Lynch or (potentially) Hilary Clinton, the idea seems chillingly accurate.

[–]TRP VanguardJP_Whoregan 7 points8 points  (2 children)

Women on the front lines is a disaster

This is what happens when we turn the military into a feminist social experiment. When the vast majority of women are unable to pass the standards, the standards will be lowered. And when the standards are lowered, men will die as a result.

They will literally cram the feminist notion of equality down our throats, even if they have to kill every last one of us to do it.

[–]foldpak111 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Another country will get to us before the feminists do.

[–]Tom_The_Human 14 points15 points  (1 child)

Milo, I'm a student at a very notorious left wing university in the UK. Please can you come and give a talk that'll some SJW heads spin? Thanks.

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 16 points17 points  (0 children)

Of course--get me an invite. [email protected]

[–][deleted] 13 points14 points  (3 children)

Hey Milo I saw you on JRE and you were phenomenal. I know it's a longshot, but if you enjoyed being on a podcast I'm sure the guys over on the PKA subreddit would love to have you on. I know I've seen the fans suggest them trying to get you on before, and I know I'd personally love to see you on.

A little about the show:

It's run by 3 hosts, Woodysgamertag, a youtuber that used to make gaming videos, and give life advice to the people that needed it. MurkaDurkah a guy that made youtube videos for fun back in the day that was beloved by a core following, and FPS Russia, the "professional russian" that makes videos of himself doing cool shit with guns and has amassed a following of nearly 6 million subscribers doing it.

It's a 4 hour show, however guests don't always stay for the full length, and aren't expected to. (It is a bonus though!)

They cover all different topics from current events to their personal experiences.

All 3 hosts are somewhat conservative, while being socially liberal, and they are more informed than the average bear so to speak.

If you want to check it out for yourself here is the most recent episode.

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 13 points14 points  (0 children)

Never heard of it, but sounds like a lot of fun. Feel free to send me more [email protected]

[–]Senior Contributorcocaine_face 28 points29 points  (9 children)

Milo, I'm wondering - do you read here regularly, or ever contribute?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 61 points62 points  (8 children)

I haven't posted here before. But I read often.

[–]Senior Contributor: "The Court Jester"GayLubeOil 27 points28 points  (6 children)

In that case you must be familar with GaylubeOil! Can I mail you a Red Pill shirt?

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Always be closing

[–]mrrooftops 8 points9 points  (0 children)

You'll get a response from Milo... one day.

[–]slavetothought 11 points12 points  (4 children)

Why did you tell Joe Rogan you didn't really want Donald Trump to be president?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 39 points40 points  (1 child)

I continue to waver on this issue. Obviously I absolutely love him. Do I want him as Commander in Chief? The mischief-maker in me says yes. The grownup says no. On most days, the mischief-maker wins...

[–]slavetothought 8 points9 points  (0 children)

It's gonna be great Milo! When I knew a lot less I kept leaving you comments to check out Bernie Sanders. I'm so grateful I've finally gotten on board with Trump. Thanks for doing what you're doing! Exciting times ahead. I really appreciated what you said to Joe Rogan about not pushing alternative sexualities on kids just because they might seem eccentric. I personally don't believe in homosexuality. Thanks again! Love you Milo!

[–]neilmcc 11 points12 points  (2 children)

Milo, do you think the culture in silicon valley is a big threat to tainting the web? The bay area is full of leftist activists with a lot of time on their hands and seem strangely effective at enforcing consensus, as in the case of getting Mozilla's founder fired because he was pro-trad marriage.

And how do you factor in the temptation of cheap H1B labor to the various tech giants? What's going on here? Why are the tech giants seem always on board with the latest progressive trends?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 16 points17 points  (1 child)

I'm going to be writing a lot more about this. Huge subject. Sorry, I know that's not tremendously helpful now--but watch this space.

[–]INTERNET_TRASHCAN 12 points13 points  (3 children)

I love you, Milo. I am subbed to everything you do, and your stream with the lady who covered Mr. King was great!

edit: I didn't mean to sound so creepy. jesus christ

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 23 points24 points  (2 children)

Congratulations on having excellent taste.

[–]INTERNET_TRASHCAN 4 points5 points  (1 child)

Milo fucking acknowledged me.

So guys, what have you accomplished in 2015?

[–]krazybone550 24 points25 points  (3 children)

Milo, I'm a huge fan, you're very informative and charismatic. I was wondering what you feel is the greatest injustice that is happening to men right now?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 156 points157 points  (2 children)

Not being gay, because they'll never get to sleep with me.

[–]Nothing_Gazes_Back 21 points22 points  (0 children)

It's going to be a real shame if a previous partner of yours comes out and claims you're mediocre in the sack. You currently occupy a place in our hearts as a hedonistic men's rights crusader with an enchanted feminist slaying excalibur-cock. Please don't end up being too good to be true because you're the closest thing us redpillers are ever getting to a real life Batman.

Batman, Milo. Don't ruin fucking Batman for us. ;)

[–]Endorsed Contributornyrp 29 points30 points  (4 children)

Hi, Milo. Thanks for everything. Proud to be one of your #5000.

I have so many possible questions, but will keep it relative Red Pill focused as that's where we are.

  1. Within the gay community, behind the scenes, how may gays are actually into the idea of getting married, raising (some other woman's) children? Following that, I know that you've said gay white men are being pushed towards the oppressor category, but is it also true that some gays (besides you) want out of the whole progressive LGBT schema, because that vision of being gay is not the way they perceive it?

  2. I am in RCIA, and becoming Catholic. I've been particularly interested in your rants against atheism. I respect the way you see your homosexuality as a burden. My parallel would be that I'm not gay, but I want to be Catholic, yet I love fucking many bitches without marrying them. So, no need to compare our respective missing of the mark regarding Catholic faith. But I am just curious, if it's not too personal, how you see yourself balancing the two, and furthermore, doing so in public, where if they don't hate you for being Catholic, they hate you for being a gay who's Catholic and not a church hater.

  3. You say you have Hollywood friends who are secretly conservative, pro-Trump, anti-PC, anti-feminist, etc. I have a conservative-oriented screenplay I'm shopping around of a hedonist exploring religion. Another one I'm writing that is a brilliant but subtle satire of feminists handing their country over to Islamists. When do you see the climate coming around that conservative artists can come out with stuff like this, and not another fucking Jim Haynes "Carol" or vehemently pro-abortion movies, like at least 3 that have come out in the last 18 months?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 36 points37 points  (0 children)

Hello #5000 elite.

  1. Yes, gays are natural cultural libertarians and my hunch is that the majority want out. I want the wholesale dissolution of the LGBT lobby. It's meaningless and irrelevant and most of its figureheads are working entirely against our interests.

  2. I answered this I think elsewhere today, so I'm going to point you there. Welcome to the best religion. https://www.reddit.com/r/TheRedPill/comments/3x8fxm/im_milo_yiannopoulos_ama/cy2fi4y

  3. "Another one I'm writing that is a brilliant but subtle satire" -- you sound like me! I'd love to read them. Most likely you'll struggle getting them produced, though.


[–]redpillshadow 2 points3 points  (2 children)

Number 3 you can't sell in Hollywood. Unless it is really good, then they will buy the rights to bury it.

[–]Endorsed Contributornyrp 4 points5 points  (1 child)

Then I will go with Plan B. Working with producers in the European country I lived in for many a long year.

[–]1RedDragon41 21 points22 points  (1 child)

Milo, I have a younger brother who is gay and thanks to your work we have much more common ground to talk and connect over than previously. What would you say is the best way to unite those in the gay community with the Red Pillers of society against the atrocities being committed and what do you see as the future for both?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 58 points59 points  (0 children)

A simple examination of how unfair the tax system, healthcare, academia and the media are to men will demonstrate that gay men and Red Pillers have all the same priorities--and all the same enemies.

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[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 73 points74 points  (3 children)

Absolutely. The best response to this nonsense is to get a haircut, hit the gym, join a sports team and fuck all the hot girls.

Above all, they want you to be miserable. Guilt and unhappiness is feminist currency. So win, and be happy. It's the best revenge.

Your excellent taste in hair tells me you are over half way there already.

[–][deleted] 20 points21 points  (6 children)

Hello Milo, thank you for taking your time to answer questions. At my work place, we debate a lot to pass time, and a few days ago we came across gender equality. The women complained about "rape culture" but I didn't know how to defend myself. What are some simple things that I can say to them that will prove them wrong about rape culture? Thanks in advance

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 62 points63 points  (5 children)

  1. Objecting to the term "rape culture" doesn't mean you don't believe rape happens.
  2. College campuses are about the safest places for women to be.
  3. There is no "rape culture" in the west--we don't encourage rapists, we jail them.
  4. If there is a rape culture, it is in the Muslim world. Why don't feminists want to talk about that?

[–]Senior ContributorDemonspawn 35 points36 points  (4 children)

I would say that the only rape culture in the west is of men in prison. Rape is expected, and by significant portion of society seen as a "good thing"

[–]crabpipe 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Which is the origin of the 'rape culture' term

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[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 68 points69 points  (0 children)

TRP is a lab, and you are all scientists, cooking up the antidote to a fatal epidemic. My hat is off to you.

[–]Whadyagot 20 points21 points  (4 children)

Do you have anything nice to say about Rebecca Reid?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 69 points70 points  (2 children)

She was very gracious and sweet after the debate, for someone who had lost so badly. And I think she will snap out of a lot of the sillier opinions she expresses. She's smarter than some of the views she professes to hold.

[–]Whadyagot 7 points8 points  (1 child)

She seemed to learn a lot from you. Funny how that works eh?

[–]Feminist1990 19 points20 points  (2 children)

Thoughts about Jamesdeen's rape accusations and feminism? Are you ignoring his case just because he is straight?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 60 points61 points  (1 child)

I'm watching. The fact is, we don't know anything yet--except that the media will blacklist someone on the basis of allegations, of course.

[–]Kinbaku_enthusiast 3 points4 points  (0 children)

As someone who works in media, do you think that it's likely that his claim that some performers were offered up to $5000 by journalists for stories about him in graphic detail, as he alleged? Do media blogs really make that much off of stories to make that financially viable?

Of the 8 or 9 that joined in with allegations, some of assault, some of sexual assault, some of rape... what do you think of the fact that two were about claims that were disproven by simply watching the porn videos that they were about?

[–]Senior ContributorOmLaLa 20 points21 points  (11 children)

First of all, thank you Milo for taking the time to participate in this AMA. Reading your answers to a multitude of questions has been both enlightening and unsurprising, given your glowing track record.

Question: In your experience, why is the young men's societal views on a easily-perceivable RP principle like the prerequisite of attractiveness for sexual interest so... contradictory and conflicting?

Allow me to explain:

The concept of attractive people pair-bonding with other attractive people is nothing new. Even in most media facets, an attractive guy will usually be shown running off with some attractive woman. It's common in both in movies and TV shows.

And yet, at least in the cases of most young men, the notion that attraction can somehow be *compensated or substituted by words and wit has recently become the dominant go-to for any male/female interaction.

Now I realize pop culture is becoming self-aware to this fault. In the past few years, we've seen a drastic increase in said self-awareness of attraction compensatory behaviors when the term "friend-zoned" spiked in secular popularity.

But why then does that same society have such difficulties with coming to terms the failure of substituting attractiveness with words or accepting the ever-present proof that there is a prerequisite for physical attractiveness on the terms of sexually appealing to one's peers? With accepting that one can't simply "talk" sexual attraction into someone? (And this goes beyond PUA; there are tons of non-PUA/RP men who believe that wit, humor and intellect will garner sexual interest)

Is it out of some collective self-fulfilling prophecy? A collective misunderstanding of the root cause of past successes (she slept with him because of his appearance, not because he was "funny")?

The proof is all over the place and yet i you'll oft find them resort to bashing their attractive peers (dumb jock, his just an asshole, etc.) instead of taking the time/humility to look introspectively instead of playing the victim of circumstance or peer-intervention.

If the root cause was simply a matter of ignoring the evidence as a means to protect one's ego, I could accept this rationale, but only on a case-by-case (individualistic/personally-onset) level, but this viewpoint seems to span the majority of young men across various borders and cultures.


[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 54 points55 points  (9 children)

The contradiction you have identified arises from the difference between what women say they want and what they actually want.

[–]∞ Mod | RP Vanguardbsutansalt 17 points18 points  (5 children)

Funny how simple an idea that's self evident can be so inflammatory and contraversal.

[–]Senior ContributorNightwingTRP 21 points22 points  (3 children)

It's got to be controversial. If women's word can no longer be trusted, then it means we don't need to put any value on what they say - the logical conclusion is that women simply shouldn't have a voice in anything because that voice is both unreliable and irrational.

They don't want their voice taken away, so they'll fight this tooth and nail. They'll run every hamster rationalisation available to pretend their words always have worth. (Realistically, it's just down to us to decide whether their words have worth on a case by case basis.)

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It's inflammatory and controversial because it's so self evident. Everyone believes it on some level and so the fact that it's wrong requires a hundred years of brainwashing to convince people of, and even then it remains a ridiculously sensitive subject. If what we were saying wasn't true, it'd strike no nerve and be easily dismissed. There'd be no sensitivity.

[–]all_the_right_moves 9 points10 points  (0 children)

In one fucking sentence. Holy shit.

[–]Crimsonwind85 2 points3 points  (0 children)

BOOM, something so complicated made so easy

[–]eyeisbloke 18 points19 points  (4 children)

Hi Milo, congratulations on being fabulous.

I'm curious to know if you every got a response from Dr Emily Grossman after your article asking why she felt the need to cook up charges of online abuse?

In case you haven't seen it, she did a talk recently explaining why from her perspective she really believes she did get a torrent of abuse. It's possibly even more cringe worthy than her performance on sky. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Mbv4FfFlIk

Also - love your concept of quantum superstate feminism - I've put together a description of what I think you mean by the term and interested to know if I've missed anything. http://eyeisbloke.com/2015/12/12/for-the-uninitiated-quantum-superstate-feminism/

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 23 points24 points  (0 children)

I can't believe Grossman doubled down on that garbage after I showed up what a big fibber she is. Shameless.

Great post!

[–]IronCupcake 49 points50 points  (5 children)

I love all of your stuff Milo, you beautiful little faggot! As an aspiring writer, I'd like to ask you how you got your foot in the door at Breitbart and started your career as a journalist, and what was the catalyst for your recent success?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 152 points153 points  (3 children)

I know you want me to say dick-sucking but the answer is talent and hard work.

[–]glottony 10 points11 points  (0 children)

I'd believe either but tend to the latter. The amount of reading you do, on so many issues, some of which are about the absolute drivel that is feminism...

Just reading the news is way too much of that bullshit than I need

[–]CHARLIE-DONT-SURF- 6 points7 points  (3 children)

Is this really Trevor Noah hosting this AMA? ;)

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 20 points21 points  (2 children)

He's so pretty. But he is a notorious joke thief. He's famous for it.

[–]trufflecopter 9 points10 points  (2 children)

Milo - you have a large following. Can you start a petition regarding free speech on campuses and how the reasonable majority are being silenced by the radical authoritarian left?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 20 points21 points  (0 children)

I sort of do that, I think, by drawing attention to their ridiculous attempts to ban me.

[–]jackrabbitd 9 points10 points  (3 children)

Aside from doubling your wardrobe and having a worthy excuse to not date women, what other pro's are there for being gay?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 13 points14 points  (1 child)

Such great blow jobs.

[–][deleted] 26 points27 points  (28 children)

Hi Milo, you've obviously got a lot of fans here, but what are your personal opinions on TheRedPill? Are there specific aspects of it that you like or dislike?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 34 points35 points  (27 children)

I dislike that no one has challenged me on the circumcision stuff yet!

[–]∞ Mod | RP Vanguardbsutansalt 60 points61 points  (6 children)

No real need to ask as you've been clear you like them cut for purely personal reasons. And you know what, you're free to have your preference.

That being said, from a purely men's rights perspective I think everyone can agree boys should be entitled to the same rights as girls in this subject. If guys want to get cut once they're older, then the should be allowed to. However, babies who don't have any say in the matter, regardless of gender, shouldn't be messed with.

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 46 points47 points  (2 children)

I would have to agree with this.

[–]Bonesteel50 3 points4 points  (0 children)

I've tried to convince my good friend on the Circumcision debate. He was pro because he did'nt realize how many babies die even in the first world due to it. They never say it was directly from circumcision, but "blood loss" or something else so the stats are shit.

[–]juschillinn 17 points18 points  (0 children)

cutting part of a baby's dick off is fucking absurd come at me.

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[–]redpillshadow 17 points18 points  (0 children)

Not the MRM sub.

Your opinion on genital mutilation is stupid and won't change via arguments. Better questions can be asked in a limited about of time.

[–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (0 children)

The philosophy is enjoy the decline not reverse the irreversible

[–]StraightGlueWater 18 points19 points  (1 child)


After hearing you on Joe Rogan's podcast, I got the impression that your homosexuality is based more on your attraction to the forbidden than it is based on your attraction to men. Curious if you think that's the case.

Beyond that, you seem very articulate and calm when you are speaking/debating- is that an inherent skill or something you learned?

Thanks for what you do, brother.

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 38 points39 points  (0 children)

I just don't get mad. I wasn't born with the "offence-taking" gene and I don't get scared or nervous. I'm afraid that's just something you have or you don't.

I am a natural contrarian so I am drawn to all things forbidden by nature, and yes that does extend to my sex life. I think I put it best here... http://www.breitbart.com/london/2015/04/14/im-sooo-bored-of-being-gay/

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[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 167 points168 points  (11 children)

  1. Work out, look after yourself, get an education, get a good job. Become the sort of man you would look up to.
  2. There are plenty of great women out there; you just have to look a bit harder. Don't settle for a lunatic.
  3. Nothing bad happens when you tell losers, liars and feminists (but I repeat myself) to go fuck themselves.

[–]Mariostern1 36 points37 points  (1 child)

Nothing bad happens when you tell losers, liars and feminists (but I repeat myself) to go fuck themselves.

Quote of the decade IMO

[–]skepticalbipartisan 10 points11 points  (0 children)

As a Canadian, I'm going to wait and see how the Gregory Alan Elliot case pans out before embracing that third bit.

[–]BillDrivesAnFJ 17 points18 points  (3 children)

Milo, how is your frienship with Pizza Party Ben going and when will the 2 of you host a Trump rally?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 34 points35 points  (2 children)

I'm going to visit him in Alaska and we are going to make Trump babies while Mariah belts out the Star-Spangled Banner.

[–]BillDrivesAnFJ 4 points5 points  (1 child)

I only have one more question. Can I watch?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 11 points12 points  (0 children)

Live stream!

[–]kfpswf 15 points15 points [recovered]

Whoa! 11 minutes and a barrage of questions. This sub has been eagerly awaiting your event.

I don't really have a specific question, but I'd really like to know how we could get more people to speak up on the mainstream media like you do. MRA Movement never took off the way it should've. Do we need a new movement? Can MRA be revived? Does it even have to be revived? Would love to know your your thoughts.

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 29 points30 points  (1 child)

Things are changing. Look at what happened when Martin Daubney took George Lawlor on a media tour. People at home loved him. It's happening.

[–]kfpswf 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Thanks a lot Milo! Appreciate your response.

[–]redpillshadow 2 points3 points  (1 child)

If you are comfortable with the alt-right you have your movement (Trump, UKIP, all the different parties gaining 30% all over Europe). If you have a fantasy about a left-wing push back (MRA is left-wing as in they want big government to hand them equality). That is never going to happen.

[–]kfpswf 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Thanks a lot for bringing this up. I really had to say this to someone.

I'm a non-white Asian male. I joined Reddit because I stumbled onto it's exmuslim community. Being an exmuslim myself, it was a huge relief for me to find someone of my own kind. As I started participating more and more, I actually started hating the Left/Liberals for their hypocrisy when it comes to dealing with Muslims.

But the first real jolt I had on Reddit was TRP. And again, I saw nothing but hypocrisy by the Left when it comes to men's issues. A teenager is being executed in Saudi for participating in a demonstration. The Left will not say anything about the atrocities being perpetrated by these assholes, but will demonize any white person who dares question rape. Needless to say, I have no interest on supporting the Left's cause now. But being a brown skinned guy, I'm not sure I feel too good supporting someone like Trump.

[–]Iron-willing 17 points17 points [recovered]

This isn't necessarily related to TRP but how did you become so eloquent and concise in your way of speaking? Before I started to become involved in the "TRP" scene and knew who any of the big figures were, I saw an interview of yours on youtube and was incredibly impressed with your ability to articulate your ideas so clearly. When you say things it is almost as though your response is pre-scripted in that you never stumble over your words or struggle to convey an idea. If I am really focusing I can speak in this way but it is not something I could do as seemingly effortlessly as you do. Any tips for improving speaking ability besides, of course, practicing talking to people?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 59 points60 points  (1 child)

Be you. Don't put on a special speaking voice. Don't try to sound like anyone else. Express yourself as you would to your best friend, and you'll fix 90% of bad speaking habits.

And yes, a lot of practice, so you know your material well, you are confident with dates and names and concepts and you are used to anticipating objections.

These days it only takes 5-6 words of an opponent speaking for me to figure out what their rejoinder is going to be, so I spend the remaining minute working out my reply.

[–]2rp_valiant 4 points5 points  (0 children)

"But well you're just a!" for 99% of them.

[–]ObjectiveAlpha 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Two tips:

1) Look up Toastmasters. I once asked my Dad the exact same question and his immediate response was to go to Toastmasters to improve communication skills.

2) Milo's response is literally no different that what sales people figure out once they become "good" at selling their product. After enough conversations, the subject matter becomes second nature, and you can rattle off intelligent, accurate, well-spoken answers as if it were as you described. This becomes particularly fun because then you can start to focus on tweaking delivery and word usage and whatnot once you're not having to actually think about what to say. I worked a sales job, made 10,000 cold calls in under a year and it wasn't long before I could handle the most brutal of rejections as if I'd heard them a thousand times.

[–]IsThisLiam 7 points8 points  (2 children)

Milo, long time fan and admirer here. (Well, I've been a fan since I saw you on that BBC Debate a few months ago, but it's all about context given your rapid rise in followers).

It's great to see somebody out there in the media standing up for common sense, I think that your rise in popularity can be attributed to your timing. The western world has been obsessed with political correctness and leftist nonsense for years, but I think it's only within the last 1 or 2 years that we've started to become submissive to acceptance, correctness and other forms of essential bullying.

My question to you is this, I've always wondered how you made your money, was it through venture capitalism and wise investing, pure profit from your previous websites and businesses or was it shameless inheritance?

My confidence in your ability is to save us from a social distopia will be unwavered by whatever answer you give.

My friends and I are looking forward to seeing you here in Dublin in the new year, and we would love to meet you after the debate/speech.

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 28 points29 points  (1 child)

I prefer not to talk about my private financial affairs, but you can rest assured that no one can live like I do on a journalist's salary. So finish your college degrees and get proper jobs in engineering!

[–][deleted] 25 points26 points  (5 children)

A few months ago you posted a tweet saying "Really the only qualification I ask for in my journalists is that they don't have a journalism degree" (https://twitter.com/Nero/status/634137972573650945)

What recommendations or tips would you give to someone wishing to go into writing as a hobby or as a profession?

*Additional question I just thought of. Do you feel many media outlets are still afraid of discussing mens issues in fear of backlash from particular groups?

I recently met you at #Milo100K but I didn't get the opportunity to ask you this then.

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 55 points56 points  (3 children)

Don't, unless you're independently wealthy.

[–]Borsao66 22 points23 points  (0 children)

The best way to make a million dollars as a writer is to start with two million dollars.

Former defense industry writer here.

[–]ACraftyApe 3 points4 points  (1 child)

You're just trying to cut out the competition ;)

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 27 points28 points  (0 children)

I don't have any competition.

[–]taracus 14 points15 points  (3 children)

I found myself reading and agreeing with a lot of the TRP ideas after getting sort of sick of hearing feminists complain about how hard it is to be a women.

Do you believe the reason behind the right-wing (racist) wave in all of Europe (and with #Trump2016 maybe also in America) is a result of the need to stay PC and calling anyone pointing out any statistics related to race/nationality is being called racist?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 61 points62 points  (2 children)

Good, decent people are sick of being called sexist, racist and bigoted when they know they're not. They are sick of political correctness and speech codes. They are sick of being lied to about gender, immigration, you name it.

The inevitable result is popularity for candidates like Trump. I, for one, am loving the spectacle.

[–]Destroya12 14 points15 points  (7 children)


As much as I love your work, you've said that your success is based on your inclusiveness, and willingness to embrace those who are different from you, ie gaming/nerd culture. Aren't you being counterproductive when you say that Pokemon or Star Wars fans are losers who should feel bad? Same thing with Internet atheists; you're alienating a segment of the audience when you've said that that's not what you're about.

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 45 points46 points  (5 children)

I credit my readers with the sensitivity, intelligence and sense of humour to recognise when I am playing with them.

There's a world of difference between affectionate trolling between comrades--taunting is how men bond, after all--and the hateful invective of the progressive Left. Don't you think?

[–]theoccot 19 points20 points  (10 children)

How soon are we going to see new material from you and Gavin McInnes? That would be great.

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 41 points42 points  (9 children)

I'll be in New York in February--hoping to do the show live then. So far we've only done Skype. Gavin's hilarious--one of the most naturally funny people I know.

[–]Endorsed Contributornyrp 8 points9 points  (5 children)

If you need a place to stay in New York in February, get in touch, I have an extra room.

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[–]FatGirlsInPartyHats 4 points5 points  (1 child)

You better be big and black or he's not gonna let you put it in.

[–]Endorsed Contributornyrp 7 points8 points  (0 children)

I'm big. Is blackface ok? Novelty, right?

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[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 67 points68 points  (4 children)

There is no longer any space on the political Left for anyone who believes in:

  1. Gender equality (they prefer female chauvinism)
  2. Science (they talk a good game but cover up inconvenient findings)
  3. Freedom of speech (do I even need to explain?)

Well done for correctly identifying this.

As to your question: I agree. I think the tide is turning. I think you're about to see a wholesale abandonment of progressive values by the public. The truth is they've always been in the minority--read Christina Hoff Sommers on this topic. But it's getting even more pronounced now.

Amazing that fewer than 1 in 5 American women now calls herself a feminist. You've hit upon the reason why. Hopefully, people who believe in free speech, equality and fact-based discourse will stop voting for candidates and parties who don't.

[–][deleted] 36 points37 points  (21 children)

Why did Breitbart throw Trump under the bus for the Muslim ban comment? Are you aware of what's going on in your country and indeed all over Europe (Rotherham rape scandal)?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 90 points91 points  (8 children)

One of the things people aren't used to seeing in this age of politically correct media conformity is publications that make space for dissenting voices. Breitbart does. We have 100 writers. You won't agree with the opinion of every one of them.

But I think our Trump coverage has been overwhelmingly enthusiastic--which of course pleases me, because he is awesome.

[–]343ewq 11 points12 points  (10 children)

Have you seen Reggie Yates's documentary extremeUK: Men at war yet? If so what are your thoughts on it?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 47 points48 points  (4 children)

I'm going to write about this at greater length, but I thought it was a pity it slid into the usual whinging about "harassment" and how "weird" the manosphere was, when it ought to have focused on the facts, studies, laws that men's rights advocates are complaining about. A programme ostensibly about the men's rights movement once again became all about feminist grievances.

It felt like a series of character assassinations rather than an attempt to understand why so many men are frustrated and checking out, acting out or otherwise expressing their disillusionment with society.

[–]Raymond_Cuttill 7 points8 points  (0 children)

The BBC is pro-feminist. There was never any intention to give MRAs a fair hearing or any kind of hearing. There's a part where you said something like gender relations are the worse they've been for a hundred years. You were then faded out and then there was a voiceover of Reggie saying "I'm not a feminist but even I find his views challenging". In other words ignore you. Now I'm guessing but I would bet that you then had a conversation about that point but he probably knew that the conversation would end up on the edit room floor.

I have a question. I'm planning on getting more active in MRA matters. I'm thinking of starting with a short article about UN women and their stats about sex trafficking; which are selective. Could you please suggest a good place or way to submit it? e..g. as an article somewhere or a piece to camera on YouTube or what?


[–]2rp_valiant 3 points4 points  (0 children)

it's funny how Reggie focussed on Roosh's anti-gay beliefs, picked two specific sentences out of his 6+ books to make him sound like a legit rapist, and the only feminist he interviewed in the whole show was given the most obvious easy-win talking points to work with (feminism is about equality, these men don't want equality). It's a real shame because I thought he was better than that. Also, focussing on threats and racism that we all know flies in every direction on the internet.

[–]GamerGateFan 3 points4 points  (2 children)

He is in the 2nd episode, bbc link. For those who haven't seen it and don't live in the UK, I mirrored it here: Reggie Yates' Extreme UK - #2 Men at War

As far as the episode goes, it is 90% framing it to make Reggie look curious about crazy horrific people, 10% genuineness.

There is no doubt why he continues to state that he has no clue why people are fighting for mens rights, or care about issues in the so called manosphere. He erased almost all the clues.

In the part that features Milo , Reggie is discussing the previous segment's convicted male troll with Milo. That troll sent what appeared to be serious and legitimate threats involving rape. He was jailed, and the other convicted troll was a women but they don't mention that. It seems from the editing, Milo thinks he is just talking about trash talk in general that happened to include the word rape and uses his normal defense of trash talk, but to the audience it makes him look like he is advocating for horrific activities.

I'd imagine if Reggie read out those tweets that got the trolls arrested the conversation might of been more balanced. Though only Milo could say for sure.

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 1 point2 points  (1 child)

That's correct. They cut from rape threats to me laughing off trash talk, implying that I was laughing off rape threats. That's the only major grievance I have.

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[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 47 points48 points  (4 children)

Sexual dynamics are different for gays. In fact, to be specific, they often mirror the 1950s household of Red Pill legend, with a dominant breadwinner and a passive homemaker who has a lot of time to stay looking good. Yet another thing we're better at... sorry guys!

[–]Alpha-Bromega 12 points13 points  (9 children)

Hello Milo,

Big fan of your writing. This is my question:

What is your opinion on the current glorification of transexuality? I listened to your JRE interview and I understand the problem that this issue presents to gender identity politics (if there is a female brain, then male/female differences are biological). How are we sure that it is not a mental disease, like schizophrenia? Moreover, shouldn't there be a stipulation that individuals that want hormone therapy should at least wait until they are adults. I've seen posts of people glorifying parents that give their children hormone therapy to justify their own narratives and beliefs and to seem "progressive" and get internet brownie points. Things that might be considered child endangerment and child abuse. Children don't know who they are and what they want, that's the role of a parent, to help guide their children during these stages of development. What are your thoughts?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 42 points43 points  (7 children)

It's sick. We're glorifying a brain disease. We'll look back in 50 years and wonder how we could ever have been so cruel.

[–]B-VOLLEYBALL-READY 6 points7 points  (2 children)

Hi Milo.

I just popped over here from KiA to ask... Are you planning to do any more #BIGMILO streams? That was absolutely fabulous.

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[–]B-VOLLEYBALL-READY 2 points3 points  (0 children)

How's about getting Christina Hoff Sommers on the next one?

Or someone with an opposing viewpoint, just for the sake of debate. Betcha that Jenny McDermott would be happy to join for a chat...

[–]UndecidedThrownaway 6 points7 points  (4 children)

Would I be doing any harm raising a son without a mother figure, like the MGTOW?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 20 points21 points  (2 children)

Just my personal $0.02, but I think kids need a mom. It doesn't have to be their biological mom, though of course that's best.

[–]TRP VanguardJP_Whoregan 18 points19 points  (1 child)

I think when it comes to boys, mom should be the primary care-taker until about the age of 6 or 7. At that point, it's time for the boy to start passing dad wrenches in the garage, learning how to mow a lawn, and learning how to be a man in general.

This the problem we have with the current millenial generation of whiny, entitled, feminized, young men, and in some cases, serial killing school shooters.

All Men Must Have a Purpose, Even If That Purpose Is Becoming a Mass Murderer

Women can raise boys, but they cannot raise men. Single motherhood is perhaps the biggest travesty to be visited upon boys in the last 100 years.

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 14 points15 points  (0 children)

Yeah, I can can get behind that.

[–]NeoNGANGSTA 30 points31 points  (6 children)

Milo, What is the current state of SJW stigma in the gaming indusrty, in your opinion? Are Devs and Publishers going to cave in or what exactly? Also is GamerGate winning this?

(PS I love you and your sacred hair <3)

Edit: Is there a way GamerGate (gamers) can help fight this cancer as of now? Example: Prioritize more ops and reinforce the notion of support for companies that stand up to this shit.

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 81 points82 points  (4 children)

Publishers and developers throw bones to the crazies by offering, say, playable female leads. But they know who their customers are. I believe in the power of the free market here.

I can't tell you too much about the conversations I've had with publishers and publishers' associations, but I'll put it this way: they are by and large decent and reasonable people who know their customers are also decent and reasonable people, and very, very few of them buy in to crackpot feminist complaints about their products.

Oh, and they hate the games press just as much as the rest of us.

Thank you for your judicious and wise assessment of my hair, which is the best hair.

[–]ACraftyApe 8 points9 points  (2 children)

How is it that as a right wing religious person you know more about the gaming industry than the gaming press itself? You are spot on. Nintendo confirmed 93% of their userbase is male and official youtube statistics show that 10 gaming categories are in the top 15 most male-dominated categories, going as high as 94%, competing with bodybuilding and football! And similar numbers have been shown in esports.

Milo can I say that I'd love for you to report on this stuff, to dismantle the feminist myth of 50% of gamers being women, once and for all!

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 8 points9 points  (1 child)

I will return to this subject for sure.

[–]m1983 12 points13 points  (4 children)

Don't have any questions yet, but just came in to thank you for all you're doing Milo!

I've been sitting quietly all this time listening to the media slam men and all this pro-woman bullshit, in fear that if I speak up I'll get crushed by all these feminazis. It's great to finally have a voice and someone to fight back.. keep up the good work!

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 65 points66 points  (3 children)

I'm lucky. I'm social justice-proof. And I'm having a lot of fun. So you never need to worry about me disappearing. Every time they try to get me fired, I get a promotion. Every time they try to ban me from a university, more people get to hear about me and more people read my work. Every time they come for me, my power grows.

There's one argument, at least, for never letting feminism die!

[–]tfpl_filmmaker 16 points17 points  (2 children)

Hello Milo,

Thank you so much for being a voice for men's issues.

Do you intend to visit India and are you aware of the misuse of Dowry law (Section 498A) here in India? Many men and their families are victims of it and (most) feminists in India are not bit concerned about it.

Is being critical of feminism an important task in the fight for men's rights activism?

Thank you in advance!

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 22 points23 points  (0 children)

I don't know anything about this, no--but I'll take a look into it, thank you.

[–]glottony 2 points3 points  (0 children)

498, 354, 366, 367, 304, 294, 509, the adultery law, all of the readings are antimale. And that's before 2012.

[–][deleted] 13 points14 points  (1 child)

Hi Milo, thanks for doing this.

You've recently come to the defense of gamers/GamerGate through your writing, your twitter, at SPJ, and even met many of them at various meetups. What is your honest, overall sense of the gamers that you have engaged with? Is there a stark difference between the gamers you interact with on twitter vs the ones you have met with in real life? If your answer is net-favorable, why do you think this group has become so maligned by the rest of society, and what if anything do they need to do differently to gain more respect from the broader public?

Sorry for another GG question which I'm sure you're sick of by this point. Thanks for all that you do, you beautiful faggot.

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 52 points53 points  (0 children)

Gamers have no social capital. The Left hates them and lies and says games make us all sexist. The Right hates them and lies and says they make us violent. So it's an easy group to malign.

But, in my experience, gamers are some of the most witty, creative, compassionate and fascinating people I've ever met. I love them.

[–]chocoboat 5 points6 points  (0 children)

What is your position on circumcision of infants? In a recent debate it sounded like you supported the position (which I agree with) that it's a barbaric ritual that should be banned, unless people choose to have it done to themselves.

But you've also written articles like this, and shit like this still shows up on Breitbart. So what's your real opinion about it?

I'm a strong believer in the idea that everyone owns their own body, and that no one else should ever be able to make decisions for someone else's body (with the exception of medically necessary actions). Everyone should get to choose what is right for their own body - for every situation, not just circumcision.

[–]Barrebaron 5 points6 points  (1 child)

Milo how's the spider bite?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 10 points11 points  (0 children)

Fine now--thanks! But I was worried there for a second. I thought the feminists had sent an arachnid assassin.

[–]taoofmojo 5 points6 points  (1 child)

hello Milo from your point of view do you see the world turning more and more into "demolition man" ?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 9 points10 points  (0 children)

Yes! But fortunately for you lot, I am Wesley Snipes.

[–]ImmortalRationalist 5 points6 points  (2 children)

Milo, do you think that a Bernie Sanders presidency would make society more gynocentric and be harmful in regards to men's issues? Here is the page on his website on the policies he wants to enact in regards to women, some of which are, well, questionable. Also, do you think Bernie Sanders or Hilary Clinton would be less harmful to men and men's issues, if elected president?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 6 points7 points  (1 child)

All the Democrat frontrunners have deeply regressive, anti-male policy positions. Either would be a car crash. We need to fix Title IX abuses, not double down on them.

[–]michaelgtdunn 18 points19 points  (1 child)

In your experience with Cassie from the Red Pill Documentary, would you still call her a feminist as you understand the label?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 49 points50 points  (0 children)

No, I don't think so. She is of course entitled to describe herself however she likes. But I think feminism means something hateful and ugly now, and she's neither of those things.

[–]redpillshadow 20 points21 points  (19 children)

You recently wrote about hormone based birth control http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2015/12/08/birth-control-makes-women-unattractive-and-crazy/

  • Isn't pumping women full of hormones which influence their bodies and their minds poisoning them?
  • Should hormone based birth control be reclassified as a heavy drug like heroine (or like steroids/ testosterone is for men)?
  • What about doctors subscribing the pill to 14 year old girls?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 37 points38 points  (11 children)

  • Yes
  • Yes
  • It's wrong

[–]girlwriteswhat 19 points20 points  (7 children)

Hey, Milo, good to see you here!

I was wondering what you might think of a speculation I have, given personal experience and some evolutionary biology I've studied.

Human smell is largely subconscious but highly acute nonetheless. A woman who has just given birth a few hours ago can more accurately identify which baby is her own among others by smelling a piece of clothing they've worn than by looking at them, for instance.

Likewise, genetic compatibility of a potential mate is more accurately predicted by smell than by any other means.

What is known colloquially as "chemistry" is largely down to smell. This is why people sometimes fall hard and fast online or even in person, and then when it's time for that first kiss, they're suddenly, "hmmm, this just doesn't feel right. There's no chemistry." The first kiss is the first time, given how often we bathe and how much scent we tend to use, that you get your first good whiff of the other person.

When women are not pregnant, they strongly prefer the smells of genetically compatible males. When women are pregnant, that changes, and suddenly they strongly prefer the smells of males who are closely related to them--fathers, brothers, sons.

Now. Given all of that, I was very interested to read an article on "sexual chemistry" that quoted a marriage counsellor as saying: "You'd be amazed at how many couples I've seen who've been married for 10 or 15 years, and all of a sudden the wife is complaining, 'I just can't stand the way he smells.'"

This is very much my own experience with my ex. I got my tubes tied after three kids, and all of a sudden he smelled like gamey pork to me.

We have seen a marked increase in heritable disorders and conditions over the last 40 or 50 years: allergies, asthma, auto-immune disorders, ADHD, autism (is it weird that they're all "A" words?).

Two of my three kids were hyperlexic--super-early readers but very late talkers, and have completely atypical social development and skills that sometimes get misdiagnosed as autism. I mean, they've gotten by and have mostly grown out of the most handicapping aspects of hyperlexia, but they're still weird as fuck. When I looked at the indicators for hyperlexia, they're traits that are overrepresented on my side of the family and their father's.

Do you think that because hormonal birth control partially mimics the hormonal state of pregnancy (you're already pregnant, so don't release another egg), that maybe this increase in these heritable disorders and conditions, as well as the seeming epidemic of divorces that occur round about the time when women have had their children and are going off the pill, might be due to how the pill disrupts women's ability to detect the genetic compatibility of a given male through "sexual chemistry"?

[–]Senior ContributorDemonspawn 4 points5 points  (2 children)

What you are getting into are some of the reasons why I think hormonal birth control should be restricted to married women: it actually changes mate selection.

While I've known/realized the divorce problems inherent to the pill, I hadn't considered the genetic incompatibility leading to more heritable diseases angle. It's a definite possibility, but also possible that the pill leading to later and later first births is also causing that problem. Might even be both leading to the increases in those disorders.

[–]1KyfhoMyoba 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I've seen a graph combining the adoption of hormonal BC and the divorce rate. Near perfect correlation with a time lag of about 3-5 years.

Remember that women's mate preference changes across the ovulatory cycle (Haselton, Gangestad), and the pill makes a woman's body think that she's pregnant. I've seen a woman split from her bf of 14 years 2 months after going off the pill, for, in her words, no real reason.

[–][deleted] 6 points7 points  (5 children)

As an additional question for Milo:

  • Is there any truth to the claim that urine from women on the pill is contaminating our drinking water with hormones? On one hand it sounds ridiculous, but on the other hand...

[–]timtumrfl 9 points10 points  (1 child)

One thing you mention a good bit in interviews is that being gay allows you to get to a deeper level of debate, since you can't just be dismissed. There are also women, such as the wonderful Christina Hoff Sommers, who can argue for us. Sometimes it seems that these are the only arguments that are heard with out immediately being dismissed as misogyny. Is there a future of straight men being able to engage in these debates, or will we have to continue to depend on people like you and Christina for anything to be heard. Could GamerGate lay the groundwork for how these stands could possibly be taken?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 13 points14 points  (0 children)

It'll happen. Just not yet.

[–]psymin 13 points14 points  (2 children)

@Nero :P

I'm a far left liberal on most things, yet I find your work enthralling.

GamerGate is where you got my attention and I assume that is what spring boarded you into the spotlight.

Some of your other writing, like pissing on The Princess Bride, really isn't interesting to me.

I understand that the more wild and crazy things you say, the more money and attention you'll get .. but ..

My hope is that you'll stay true to what brought your work to my attention in the first place .. #GamerGate :)

Do you plan to continue taking the piss out of SJWs and offense culture?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 25 points26 points  (0 children)

I plan on continuing to take the piss out of everything. Sometimes I write about really important stuff. Sometimes I shitpost about trivia. Most readers enjoy all of it, but for different reasons. Some are only going to want the serious stuff. That's okay!

For the record, I don't play a ridiculous person in public for attention. I'm the same with the cameras off. It's just who I am. I've never been able to stay serious for more than a few hours at a time and even my music and movie choices are a mixture of seriousness and attention-seeking. (Wagner, Mariah Carey and Marilyn Manson, since you asked.)

[–]Obiwanjacobi117 9 points10 points  (6 children)

It seems that culture really started shifting after Obama came into office, with everything becoming super PC around 2008. Do you think another Republican in office would swing things back in the other direction?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 42 points43 points  (2 children)

Only Trump can save America.

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[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 27 points28 points  (4 children)

No, not yet. Not in my public debates, anyway.

I'm not happy about that, by the way--but TV stations can never find anyone to agree to debate me.

[–]LessASnowmanThanAGod 2 points3 points  (0 children)

What? A women not interested in a debate based on actual facts but interested in lobbing insults from a distance? Say it ain't so!

[–]TheRedThrowAwayPill 9 points10 points  (6 children)

Does it make sense to push for All-Male colleges in America?

It seems boys education is slipping so bad that the only jolt our society would need to start stemming the tide is for the need for all boys schools.

The reasoning would be simple : K-12 is failing and not producing enough college ready boys that All-Boys colleges are needed in the interim.

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 23 points24 points  (5 children)

Men do better in co-ed schools. Only girls do better on their own. So no. And in any case, you're only shielding boys from what happens at college and in the workplace... better they know now.

[–]redpillshadow 10 points11 points  (2 children)

Men do better in co-ed schools. Only girls do better on their own.

Are you sure about that? Or is it that men do better in co-ed schools with the western education system which is catered to women? I could imagine a group-bonding system based on competition could do wonders for boys.

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Yes, I was in several all-boys classes which my high school tried briefly. In the two semesters where they ran boys only and girls only courses in nearly every department, boys grades (including mine) shot sky-high. I jumped from a C+ student to a 108% grade in Trigonometry, straight A's across the board, and a 99th Percentile score on the ACT Standardized test. All male classes, including ONLY male teachers for boys, were a staggering success.

Girls grades stayed level for those 2 semesters.

They cancelled it for "budgetary reasons".

Anyway, that's my experience. If factual work elsewhere proves otherwise, I'll adjust my opinion.

[–]Endorsed Contributoralways-be-closing 4 points5 points  (2 children)

Many thanks for stopping by.

What do you think the long term impact of gay marriage being legalized in the US as heterosexual marriages (largely initiated by men) are declining and at an all time low will be on marriage laws in general?

Do you think economic and technologival factors like women in the workforce and no fault divorces and birth control mostly cause modern sexual dynamics, or are simply enablers of what could exist on its own with cultural forces like third wave feminism? Is it possible for sexual norms and marriage to change, absent changes in birth control availability and female workforce participation in your opinion?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 11 points12 points  (0 children)

It's interesting that homosexuals are flocking to traditional institutions while heterosexuals are abandoning them. See, we always know best!

[–]BlackPhoenix01 4 points5 points  (1 child)

Hi Milo,

Thanks very much for taking the time out of your busy schedule to do this. I am in admiration over your ability to stand up for what you believe in, no matter how unpopular it is.

I've dabbled in journalism in university, and have written a couple of very controversial articles that have sometimes earned the ire of my friends and the editorial staff. Of course, Third Wave Feminism is a completely different beast when it comes to controversy. A lot like Islam, some people argue that some tenets of the ideology are not open for debate.

What would your advice be for someone who wants to inject fresh thinking and add to the debate while still being successful in this PC-dominant world? (i.e.: How can I speak to the mainstream about my not-so-mainstream opinions without being relegated to the fringe?)

Once again, thanks for doing this!

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 18 points19 points  (0 children)

Get a real job and do it as a hobby. Don't make journalism your life. Focus on being smart, successful and looking after your mind and body. Be happy. Then you can share your opinions from a place of security--and with a job they can't take away from you.

[–]eluveitieyy 5 points6 points  (1 child)

Hi Milo,

You recently tweeted about how upset you were at the price you paid for a train ticket and expressed your desire to nationalise the railroads once again. Was this a serious statement? Do you believe the nationalisation of private sector services would be beneficial to the country and if so why? I've been a big fan for a long time but this really troubled me. With the rise of Jezza C and his outdated and ludicrously dangerous ideas is it not more important now than ever to stand firmly against these authoritarian socialist ideas?

You also mentioned recently that you don't do "poor people drugs" yet then said you like to bosh a bit of Kevin. Now, everyone likes to have a wonky night with Kev now and then but you must understand, it is drug for the plebs.

It's these kind of statements which make me worry that you are in fact a poor, straight, atheist commy. Please put my mind to rest Milo.

And of course ombre, if you're ever lucky enough to make it to the lush and prosperous land of Sandbanks mi casa es tu casa.

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Sandbanks sounds like the name of a military academy so I'll take you up on that.

Not sure how serious I am about renationalisation. I remember the trains being cheaper (or, at least, prices not rising as fast) and more often on time in the South East when the government ran things a while ago.

I take your point about ketamine.

[–]Primemale 5 points6 points  (2 children)

In the recent UK documentary 'Reggie Yates extreme UK' (episode 2) that you featured in, did you get the feeling (off camera) that Reggie understood the plight of men inhabiting the manosphere, more than he let on? And also were any scenes or anything you said not included/edited out?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 11 points12 points  (1 child)

I got the feeling he was more sympathetic than the final edit suggested, yes.

[–]24219 4 points5 points  (1 child)

Hi Milo,

Thanks for taking the time to do this. I'm at one of the American schools that has been in the news recently with respect to protests about safe spaces and racial injustice. The administrators of these schools seem to be in a bit of a pickle, since over the years they've been allowing this monster (social justice ideology) to grow right in their backyard. Now, that same monster is turning on the progressive school administrators that have been allowing and facilitating its rise. Not only that, but any reasonable administrator can tell now that it's not financially/pragmatically possible to do enough to please the activists.

So here's the question: What do you see happening in the future as more and more progressive administrators are forced to step down under pressure from social justice activists; should we expect the situation to eventually dissipate on its own as the movement inevitably dies down, or do you think that these successes will only put even more progressives into positions of power that will magnify the problem? Also, what can you say in terms of strategy for an administrator to combat the activists whose insanity is now too much even for him/her to tolerate?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Administrators have to start saying No. Until they do, nothing will change.

[–]Smart_Alec139 5 points6 points  (3 children)

Hi Milo. I'm a big fan of yours and I was sickened by a photograph of you with that Bristol university student who wanted you banned from the debate (the girl who bombed out of the interview because she was asked difficult questions about the safe space policy). why did you let her take a selfie with you? would Malcolm X have done that?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 16 points17 points  (2 children)

She refused to shake my hand after crashing the debate afterparty and when everyone laughed at her she eventually asked for a selfie and I thought I'd be the bigger man and say sure. Her stunning and brave principles didn't stop her starfucking instinct--and I think most people watching will have come to that conclusion.

[–]∞ Mod | RP Vanguardbsutansalt 7 points8 points  (0 children)

her starfucking instinct

Hypergamy doesn't care. I've banged some women who couldn't stand me personally because of it. One in particular despises my red pill behaviors, but because of my status and physical build she still wanted to fuck, which I did. Twice.

[–]ACraftyApe 13 points14 points  (8 children)

Milo, is it worth debating radical lefty sjw's when all they ever seem to do is lie and misrepresent?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 56 points57 points  (6 children)

Of course, but insist they stick to facts, studies and science, and tell them you don't care about their emotions and you are not going to debate on the basis of hurt feelings.

[–]ACraftyApe 5 points6 points  (0 children)

That's sound advice. Cheers!

[–]UndecidedThrownaway 3 points4 points  (2 children)

But I've noticed the more evidence you bring up, the more steadfast they become in their argument, I feel like they need to come to these conclusions on their own

[–]ACraftyApe 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Exactly the same problem I'm facing.

[–]itsmehobnob 3 points4 points  (1 child)

I got into it recently with a feminist columnist at the local paper. Any time I asked for evidence, she made excuses. Everytime she demanded my evidence, she refused to look at anything I produced. In the end she insulted me by calling me an MRA (as if the idea of men having rights is insulting) and stormed off. The window of discourse has shifted so far it's tough to even see through it.

[–]Rethgil 2 points3 points  (0 children)

That's what happens all the time. Feminists demand sources for even the most commonly widely known concepts (gravity, etc), then change the subject immediately before addressing them. Meanwhile, they are never able to provide prooof their own, or provide the weakest evidence if they do. And they always end up resorting to insults when they lose the argument or get clearly shown up. While this transparently reveals them for what they are, the worst part is that feminist audiences behave like Romans at the Coliseum and shriek with delight at everything they say and seem unable to acknowledge anyone else winning a point or undermining theirs. In short, even with a winning argument and a mature level of patience it sometimes seems impossible because they seem incapable of admitting their own errors.

[–]Helium_Pugilist 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Another thing is, keep making your point, even in (maybe especially in) the face of baseless accusations, and if they keep accusing you go to "so you have no counterpoint to my argument". They win if you abandon your point just to start defending yourself against baseless accusations.

[–]Obiwanjacobi117 6 points7 points  (2 children)

How might a prospective writer become a contributor to Brietbart Tech?

[–]Milo Yiannopoulosyiannopoulos_m[S] 25 points26 points  (0 children)

Send in your CV and some writing samples. [email protected]

[–]GainzCentral 32 points33 points  (0 children)

Spell Breitbart correctly for one ;)

[–]Omroon 8 points9 points  (5 children)

I heard once you saying you "don't believe in lesbianism"? Is that true? If so, can you elaborate?