Milo Yiannopoulos, also published as Milo Andreas Wagner, is a far-right political commentator, warist, orator and British writer. Her speeches and articles often ridicule Islam, feminism, social justice and political correctness. Yiannopoulos is the former editor-in-chief of Breitbart News, a far-right media organization. Yiannopoulos worked for Breitbart from 2014 to 2017. During his time at Breitbart, Yiannopoulos established himself as an important speaker in the Gamergate controversy. In July 2016, he was permanently banned on Twitter for harassing actress Leslie Jones online. He was permanently banned from Facebook in 2019. According to hundreds of emails from Yiannopoulos leaked by BuzzFeed in late 2017, Yiannopoulos has repeatedly approached white nationalists, such as editors. American Renaissance Devin Saucier, for article ideas and editing suggestions during his tenure at Breitbart. Yiannopoulos has been charged with supporting pedophilia.
|Born||Milo Hanrahan, October 18, 1984, Kent, England|
|Other names||Milo Andreas Wagner (occasional pen name)|
|Education||University of Manchester (dropped out), Wolfson College, Cambridge (expelled)|
|Movement||Far-right, Alt-right, Alt-lite|
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Controversial technology journalist known for founding the online tabloid The Kernel as well as for his work with Breitbart.com. He also provided early coverage of what would become known as Gamergate.
He attended the University of Manchester and Wolfson College, but dropped out of both schools and never received a degree. He then went on to work for the Daily Telegraph.
He's written under the name Milo Wagner. He was named one of Wired UK's top 100 most influential people in Britain's digital economy in 2011 and 2012. While he was running The Kernel, the publication was sued for failing to pay contributors.
He was born in Greece but grew up in England. He's openly gay, but has claimed to have done it by choice.
While on The Joe Rogan Experience, Rogan took Yiannopoulos to task for refusing to accept his own homosexuality.
- Rachel Fulton Brown, researcher at the University of Chicago.
- Technology journalists
- Those who were educated at the Simon Langton School of Grammars for Boys
- People who identify as old homosexuals
- Breitbart London
- English Catholic writers
- The founders of the British media
- People of the UK Independence Party
- Controversy on Twitter
- LGBT conservatism
- Alumni of Wolfson College, Cambridge
- Muslim opposition in the UK
- Curator in UK
- LGBT journalists from the UK
- British Zionists
- British political writers
- Alternate writers
- British autobiographers
- British columnists
- Far-right politics in the UK
- Male feminist criticism
- The British of the 20th Century TM_VZ! People of the Conservative Party (England)
- Islamic opposition in the United States
- Self-published authors
- Critique of atheism
- Criticism of political correctness
- The people involved in the plagiarism controversy
- Independent activists
- British social commentators
- LGBT Roman Catholics
- The 21st century English writer TM_VZ! English poets
- 21st Century Roman Catholicism TM_VZ! Criticism of Islam
- British CEO
Latest information about Milo Yiannopoulos updated on June 07 2021.