Milo Yiannopolous’s views on being bullying for being gay are worrying11th April 2017
Outspoken right-wing commentator, Milo Yiannopoulos has shared an article from 2011 – in which school children were advised to act less gay if they were bullied.
Former writer for Breitbart, Milo Yiannopolous has a pretty worrying view on children being bullied for being gay. He shared a story from the Evening Standard which was first published in 2011, where the headline advises that children were being told to be “less gay” if they are being bullied. Well, it seems that he agrees with the sentiment.
Firstly, who the hell has a cut out from a 2011 paper? Hoarding much?
Secondly, Milo is well known for revelling in his own campery and gayness especially during his “Dangerous Faggot” campus tour last year.
He shared the post with his 210,000 followers on Instagram and captioned the picture “NOT WRONG”.
The post received a mix of reactions, but many agreed with the idea that children should “act less gay” with some even going as far as to say that people should stop being gay altogether.
Shame Milo shame.