Milo’s press conference was a great opportunity to look at what life is really like inside the gay community. (((The media))) has done an excellent job of convincing all of us that the gay lifestyle is just like the straight lifestyle except more fabulous. One of the big things that Milo did in his press conference was shine a light on how things really happen inside the gay community and allowed all of us a glimpse of the realities of the gay lifestyle. Let’s watch Milo’s press conference and take a look at the truths that Milo explained about the homosexual community.
:20 Milo immediately refers to himself as a child abuse victim. He admits that when he was 13 two men molested him and one of them was a priest. Just how many sexual predators are in Christian churches these days? Did his child abuse experience change his sexual identity?
:34 He says that his feelings on the experience are complicated because at the time he says that he didn’t consider it abuse. You can see that when he talks about the incident he has a really hard time admitting that it was horrific abuse. Looking backward you can see that he’s created a narrative in his head where he’s convinced himself that he wanted it. This is standard behavior that many abuse victims do to protect themselves after going through a horrific experience.
:50 Milo starts to go through the list of destructive behaviors that he engaged in. He lists alcohol abuse and “nihilistic partying.” When he mentions “nihilistic partying” we can safely assumed that he means drug abuse and extreme sexual promiscuity. His sense of humor was totally warped. When did he become interested in “gallows humor?” “Gallows humor” sounds like a sad coping mechanism for the horrors that he was living through.
3:14 He talks about how he shouldn’t have used the word “boy” because he says that in the gay community it refers to young men who are freshly legal. Then he goes on to talk about how he was talking about how when he was 17 he was involved with a 29 year old. (Note that in England age of consent is 16 so this was a legal activity, even if it is gross and degenerate). He then talks about how older gay men can help younger gay men adjust to life as a gay man.
Here we see the internal contradictions in the gay lifestyle. On one hand Milo admits that his abuse led him to excessive partying, alcohol abuse and probably drug abuse, but later he says that his relationship with an older man helped him. Did it help him stop the excessive behavior? Doesn’t seem to have helped him!
3:45 He says that many gay men know that having an older mentor help them get settled into the gay community, it is common and all gays know it. Again it reeks of the way that many gays must go about justifying pederasty in their community. There’s a reason why the term “boy toy” exists.
4:38 Talks about how in gay clubs and drag bars the people there make constant jokes (references) about priests sexually abusing young men.
6:31 Milo says that he’s never actually done anything wrong. This is going to be a big statement from Milo in the future because if he has touched a minor who can’t consent it means either that Milo is a liar or worse he sees nothing wrong with pederasty. Let’s hope and pray that Milo is telling the truth and that he’s never engaged in sexual contact with those who can’t legally consent to it.
13:25 Milo says that there isn’t much evidence linking pedophilia with the victims later becoming gay. This is inaccurate. There’s plenty of evidence that young men who are abused end up becoming gay. Milo himself is a living example of this because he was abused, he created a narrative in his mind that he wanted it and went on to become a gay man. You can see in this part that he is struggling with cognitive dissonance about his tragic life experience.
14:10 Milo talks about how he came out in drag for a speech to young Republicans and how he’s introducing Republicans to normal gays. Not to criticize him but, if what he’s talked about in his press conference is normal for the gay community and the gay lifestyle then the gay community is every bit as messed up as evil rightwing homophobic bigots say it is.
Again, not defending #Milo but while frantically normalizing the gay lifestyle, liberals ignored how remarkably dark and decadent it can be.
— Gavin McInnes (@Gavin_McInnes) February 21, 2017
A lot of people on the Alt Right wanted Milo to come out at his big press conference and talk about the ugly truths of the homosexual lifestyle. The Alt Right hoped that he would come out and go full Common Filth on the media. This was never going to happen because Milo identifies as a gay man. Gays are his people and despite all their problems and the struggles he suffered as a gay man he was never going to completely turn his back on his people.
However in spite of being unwilling or unable to discuss the serious problems in the gay community by paying attention closely Milo’s press conference we can learn a lot of important truths about the gay community.
First: Milo’s press conference showed that it is incredibly common for older gay men to hook up with younger gay men; the younger man may or may not be legally able to consent to the relationship.
Second: We can learn that it takes massive amounts of time for young men to recover from being abused. For example Milo admits that he was abused at age 13 and he didn’t really put his life back together until he was 30. It took him 17 years to deal with what he went through. He spent the majority of his youth suffering the consequences of what he went through.
Third: Gays openly talk about how many of them were abused by priests when they are all by themselves. Is it heavily priests who are abusing these kids or are gays referring to all men who abused them as priests? It really makes you think. Are a high percentage of men who want to work with children and young men doing it to gain access to potential victims? It’s really scary stuff.
Stephan Molyneux has a great discussion on everything Milo has said in many of his statements about the gay lifestyle:
Having Milo in the public sphere has shined a light into the realities of life in the gay community. There’s a lot of lust in it for young men who can’t consent. We can see that we really don’t want to encourage anybody to get involved in the gay lifestyle because it starts up a cycle of victim becomes the abuser. We can see from Milo’s experience that we don’t want to give any known or suspected homosexual men any access to our children because the risks are just too high.
Milo talking about himself showed that when children and young men and women go through sexual trauma it scars them for life. We must protect all of our children from having to go through what he went through. Milo’s story shows that we must keep homosexuals away from our children even if it means that we end up rejecting good people who are homosexuals because we just can’t take the risk of letting in bad ones.
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