Against Feminism/MRA · Motivation

Welcome To Australia, Milo! Meeting The Dangerous Faggot For Judgement Gay

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The shores of Australia have been graced by the lovely presence of none other than Milo Yiannopoulos, provocateur, debate-creator, shit-stirrer and basically the man who set me on this path on the first place.

He is a motivational speaker, I would give him that label, since he inspired me to accept and be who I am now, as a domestic, homemaking woman (here is the full story). It seems so unlikely for a traditional woman like me to get a burst of encouragement and inspiration from a controversial gay guy but that’s just how Milo is- it is hard to contain him in a box and he continues to surprise the public time and again. Whether through being outrageous or by actually touching the hearts of some people, like me.

I had the pleasure of meeting this lovely man last night when he visited Melbourne at the Melbourne Pavilion.

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I also had the pleasure of encountering protesters outside and being called a Nazi a couple of times. Perfect for a little Asian woman, truly.

In fact, I’ve also made a couple of wonderful, new friends, a dear colleague of Milo’s and Liberal politician Ross Cameron. It was enlightening to be able to speak with them about current events and the desperation surrounding Australia’s political climate. It is, like Milo had said, a ‘leftie-infested’ mess, which is why Conservatives like me find it hard to get by.

During his talk, Milo made himself known to the audience in a wild, Terminator-esque entrance, being a fan of dramatic entrances himself and it had me excited from the first minute.

To hear Milo speak in the context of Australian politics, basically taking apart Clementine Ford, blasting Waleed Aly and Australia’s weakening defences against international dangers (such as rape epidemics and Europe’s downfall to Islam), was to me, very refreshing. I understand that within his context, Milo would normally discuss and criticise the politics around him in America and yet in such a short span here in Australia, he was able to understand our political climate, the problems Conservatives face and step into our shoes as Australian Conservatives who are trying to push back against the Lefty tide.

He said he came here to give a bit of encouragement, a loving push if you will, to inspire Australians to stand up for what they believe in, for free speech and to fight back against the Communism being spread by the Left. No matter what kind of Australian you were, if you love Australian culture and values, Milo’s message strikes deep. Our country is riddled with feminism and communism- we still have hope to claim it back. I could go on about more, however I think it’s best to hear it directly from him, whether by going to his show or watching when he posts his shows online.

One interesting thing that happened that evening was that I told Milo I was a domestic woman when he had a short chat and I joked with him that I would be a housewife. He turned to me with a serious look and said,

“I’m so proud of you.”

Then grinned.

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A memorable photo with Milo

That was the first time anybody outside my friends and family, people who knew me well inside and out, voiced complete support in what I do and how I live, instantly. Just like that. All over again, I am reminded of why I believe in Milo, how he came to inspire me and that fact that he believes in me too makes the biggest difference. A couple of others in his circle also voiced a similar opinion.

Knowing that there are figures you admire out there who believe in what you do, respect and highly regard who you are and how you live, makes all the difference. It lifts my spirits and reinvigorates me time and again to get up from the mud whenever I face some challenges and hostility in everyday life (even from people close to me, which hurts too) or even here online, I will keep going.

People I love and people I admire believe in me. Now I personally know that the fag who inspired and led me here, to a life path in tune with what my values are, truly believes in me and knows who I am- I’m ready.

Ready for more, ready to keep fighting.

Thank you Milo, for everything.

6 thoughts on “Welcome To Australia, Milo! Meeting The Dangerous Faggot For Judgement Gay

  1. Fascinating. I am open to support anyone of any background, ethnicity and sexuality, however I remember him staying on the Joe Rogan Experience that he wasn’t happy being gay. I’m a straight guy, however I was confused as to why this was. Do you know why he said that? Genuinely asking as I am unsure. I would feel it was difficult to be empowered by a guy that wasn’t happy being himself, is this down to religious reasoning?

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    1. I vaguely remember that. I think it can be the case with his religious reasoning. Milo is religious and I don’t mind that, however I can’t empathise with him on that issue since I’m not religious at all. Maybe that’s something he would need to address himself.

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      1. Thanks for your speedy response. I find with so many people they have good points, then have some crazy viewpoints often due to religious ideology. I’m not religious at all which means this kind of belief totally baffles me and makes it hard for me to relate… Which is a shame. I’ll have to look it up.

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  2. Congratulations on meeting him and conveying to him your choice of life focus. That has tremendous impact, because it will further embolden him to continuing championing the homemaker path.
    He answered the being gay question in this just-uploaded video of his conversation at Parliament House–https://youtu.be/OWlVKKhrxfE. Another personality was recently saying she wished she had a gay son. Milo commented on that by saying he doesn’t think anyone should WISH for a gay son, because gay people have to come to terms with the sad fact that they can’t bring a child into their family in the normal manner.

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    1. Thanks! I understand that that was one of his first few focuses and though he hasn’t shed much light on it lately, I hope Milo does again soon.
      I was just about to say that! I spoke with my SO and he knows Milo well too and he referenced that happening, Milo wishes he could have children the traditional way. While you can adopt or have a surrogate, it still doesn’t replace the traditional way and it’s still more emotionally easy that way.

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