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grithin

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I recently heard of Milo's "privilege grant", a grant specifically for white males.  It's an interesting idea, because it can plainly expose those who oppose it as racist/sexists.  And, this sort of forcing the crux of the issue to the surface can be replicated easily, say, by starting a college club "white privileged male conservatives" .  And, in the name of such club, there is no adversity towards any other race or gender, but simply, a preference towards white males.  And, the question becomes whether one is allowed to have such a preference, and if one is not, (distinct from the others), it is clear which is the oppressed gender and race.


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Mishi2

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Of all the political figures in the Anglo-Saxon World, Milo is my favourite. Not only because I agree with him on everything, but also because he is a real-life troll. The purpose of a troll is to get people to show their true colours without letting the them know what is really going on. It is fun do do on the internet, but it takes guts in real life. Most respectable.


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aviet

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    Circumstance trumps ideals #war

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grithin, are you pulling a Pepe at the Taj?


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grithin

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grithin, are you pulling a Pepe at the Taj?

 

No, but strangely enough, I did turn green from all the viruses that must have been accumulating in india from the dawn of civilization.


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Gloria

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refraining from comment


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Rventurelli

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Of all the political figures in the Anglo-Saxon World, Milo is my favourite. Not only because I agree with him on everything, but also because he is a real-life troll. The purpose of a troll is to get people to show their true colours without letting the them know what is really going on. It is fun do do on the internet, but it takes guts in real life. Most respectable.

What about his positive comments about his sexual molester when he was a teenager or the way he said that the best thing that can help to homosexual boys (presumably he meant 16-17 year old males) is to have relationships with older homosexuals?

I know you posted it before all the controversy, so I will not assume that you agree with him on those.


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Mishi2

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What about his positive comments about his sexual molester when he was a teenager or the way he said that the best thing that can help to homosexual boys (presumably he meant 16-17 year old males) is to have relationships with older homosexuals?

I know you posted it before all the controversy, so I will not assume that you agree with him on those.

Thanks for the question, Rventurelli. I see you take my words seriously, hence I am honoured.

 

- First, it is all a private opinion of his, and he made it very clear that he would not make it law.

- Second, I am not well versed in the subject of homosexuality, but as he said, I can imagine that the catholic priest who molested him, may have in fact saved him from suicide. I would never let my children anywhere near a man like that, but it is quite clear that Milo had no such parents. It certainly was not a good thing that he was molested, although it may have just saved his life. I believe that is why he would not report that person.

- In short, yes, I can bring myself to agree with everything he said. Especially when he made the remark that no, rape is not the worst thing that can happen to you.


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