‘Dangerous’ and ‘Hateful’: Milo Yiannopoulos at the University of Oregon

Milo Yiannopoulos speaks at Oregon. Styling: $later
Milo Yiannopoulos speaks at Oregon. Styling: $later

Breitbart’s Milo Yiannopoulos spoke at the University of Oregon last night, on the latest stop of his Dangerous Faggot Tour of American college campuses.

The event, hosted by the Oregon chapter of Young Americans for Liberty, was not marked by blood-smeared feminist protesters or a rotund woman bouncing up and down in the audience.

Instead, Yiannopoulos, sporting a rare Supreme uzi pendant alongside two crucifixes and with $15,000 worth of pearls around his wrist, had an impromptu debate on stage with a member of the audience who had decried him as “dangerous and hateful.”

During the main section of the talk, Yiannopoulos, sporting $900 Supreme Foamposite sneakers, blamed adults for indulging vulnerable young girls in the delusion of “body positivity,” citing the UMass protester known as Trigglypuff as a prime example of what happens to young women when they listen to feminists who declare that you can be “healthy at every size,” even though overweight individuals die much younger — and crucially, are much uglier.

In relation to gun control, Milo, who kept $400 Versace sunglasses on throughout the Q&A, reinforced his support for the Second Amendment, especially in relation to individual citizens having the ability to protect their other rights.

Yiannopoulos, wearing $350 True Religion jeans, even stated that “every teacher should have a gun in their drawer,” with which to protect students.

The highlight of the evening came during the Question and Answer session at the end. Milo was subject to an audience member declaring that his views were “dangerous and hateful.” Unlike feminists and other social justice warriors, Milo invited the man up onto stage to have a debate with him, one on one.

After admitting that he was “not familiar” with much of Milo’s material, the audience member still proceeded to attack Milo for his “lack of empathy.”

In typical fashion, Milo eviscerated his opponent. Noting that the questioner was a liberal, Milo pointed out that if Milo were an Islamist imam, the questioner would not have come out to tell him that his speech was dangerous. “The liberal mind … is a mystery,” said Yiannopoulos.

Milo responded to the questioner’s objections to his remarks about “lesbianic feminists” by saying that they are “lying to children”, and that the least he could do was “take the piss”. “Lesbian dominated gender studies departments [are] deserving of ridicule… [they are a] poisonous influence… it’s like putting Hitler in charge of a Museum of Jewish Antiquity.”

The fun did not stop there. After a talk that was more stand-up than college lecture, with the audience in stitches most of the night, the last question went to a female audience member.

Referring to a previous statement of Milo’s that “women like aggression in the bedroom,” she asked Milo exactly how many women he had pleased, if at all. His response? “I think the tally is about 12, possibly 13 – 12 or 13 more than you.” There was no follow-up question.

Jack Hadfield is a student at Warwick University and a regular contributor to Breitbart Tech. You can follow him on Twitter here: @ToryBastard_.

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