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I’m Worried Not Enough Teenagers Are Self-Harming

Self-harmers are the most narcissistic people on the planet. They can’t wait to tell you that they self-harm. Here’s a typical discussion with a self-harmer: “Hi, I’m Chris. I self-harm!”

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Does Feminism Make Women Ugly?

Everyone knows that becoming a feminist makes a woman less marriageable, more crass and generally just unpleasant to be around. But does it also make them uglier? Readers have been asking, so I delved into the science to find out. Certainly,


Dear Feminists, I’m Sorry, I Was Wrong, I Take It All Back

Feminists, I’m sorry. I’ve got you all wrong. There I was, thinking that your dour, lesbianic misandry was designed to punish men for whatever your fathers did to you, with the effect of cruelly and irreparably driving the sexes apart. But I was in error.

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14 Facts the Tanking ‘Women in Tech’ Movement Doesn’t Want You to Know

We’re invited to believe, contrary to the evidence all around us, that the highly-progressive, socially-conscious and liberal-minded technology industry is in fact one of the most retrograde and oppressive places for women to work. But here’s the dirty secret about the shrill and insatiable “women in tech” movement: none of that is true.


The Ten Most Heinously Unpleasant Gawker Writers, Ranked

Gawker Media is coming under some well-deserved fire this week for an appalling failure of judgment and basic ethical standards. Despite the site’s professed commitment to social justice, it cruelly outed a private citizen, becoming party to a gay extortion racket in the process, for no reason other than its own vile amusement.


Why We Must End ‘Burial Privilege’

As one of the leading lights of the social justice movement, I consider it a moral obligation to inform my disciples of innovative new ways to demonstrate their superiority in moral and political correctness over conservatives, and the proletariat in general.

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Is Anyone Honestly Surprised That Greeks Don’t Pay Their Debts?

As you can tell from the byline on this story, I’m part Greek, which is why I’m currently lifting your wallet while we have this conversation. No offence to my Hellenic brothers and sisters, but we don’t exactly have a reputation for financial honesty.

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To Stop Mass Killers, We Have To Stop Drugging Our Young Boys

As America comes to terms with a monstrous shooting in Charleston that has left nine churchgoers dead, bewildered members of the public are seeking rationality in apparently wanton and inscrutable crimes. We may never know quite what drives some people to


Milo: Gay Rights Have Made Us Dumber, It’s Time to Get Back in the Closet

The endless celebration and mollycoddling of homosexuals in the media has transformed the genteel, camp rightsists of the 1950s into brash, glitter-drenched Pride queens. If for no other reasons than manners and aesthetics, we ought to think about shoving the next generation back into Narnia.


Passing for Black: Top Tips from Transracial Icon Rachel Dolezal

This week, a courageous civil rights champion by the name of Rachel Dolezal bravely revealed her true identity to the world: she is a black woman trapped in the body of a honky and has been tanning and getting weaves for the last ten years whilst president of her local NAACP chapter in order to live life as her authentic self and shake off her “crackersona.”


When Will the Homeless Start Accepting Apple Pay?

The great thing about Apple Pay is that you don’t have to actually touch another human being at any point in the transaction, nor need their sweaty prole hands drip all over your dollar bills or the change that emerges from their pathogen-soaked cash register.


It’s Time To Be Honest About Women’s Football

The Women’s World Cup has just started. Now, I know the polite thing to do is to pretend it’s just as thrilling as the men’s version. But I’m not trying to sleep with any blue-rinse bints on Gender Studies programmes, so I don’t have to pretend to like terrible things just to get a shag.


I Wish We Had a Religious Right to Talk Sense on Abortion

In Britain, no one tells the truth about really serious stuff. It’s not in the national character. So reporters had to do some maths this week to work out that, according to official statistics, 27 per cent of all deaths in England and Wales are abortions.


Mad Max, Feminist? Are You All Nuts?

Sorry to burst your bubble, bros, but let me run you through the major plot points again. A load of women are chained up and made to wear floaty revealing outfits, impregnated by a megalomaniacal blonde villain (I heard that!) until they finally snap and make a run for it.


How The Latest Ultra-Violent Video Game Proves The Law Of Heckle Shekels

It’s an exciting day in in the world of gaming. Today marks the release of Hatred, the highly anticipated ultra-violent shoot-em-up game that has attracted widespread outrage across across the gaming and mainstream press. Social justice warriors, falling pathetically in line