Showing posts from September, 2019

Milo Spotting Guide

Just like his fursona Princess Sparkle Claws , Milo is a sexy—and agile—beast. Seasoned watchers know where to find him! For those who would like to observe him in his various habitats, follow the links! Website Social media Telegram: Channel ; Chat by invitation only Gab: @m Parler: @Milo “Friday Night’s All Right”  Subscribe here! Videos “Milo & I” (Summer 2019) YouTube: Bitchute:   Playlists: MILO Meets ; The MILO Show Books Arkhaven Comics (e-books): . Castalia House (print editions): Amazon: Author Page Infowars:  https://www.infowarsst

How to Be Rich

I’m sure you’ve heard by now: Milo is poor. Not poor in the way in which you or I might be poor—merely living paycheck-to-paycheck to pay off our mortgage or monthly credit card bills (if we’re lucky!)—but broke ass bitch poor. Not personally, mind you. But his business is millions of dollars in debt and has been for some time. There are many reasons Milo, Inc., is in debt, starting with the deliberate sabotage of Free Speech Week back in September 2017 by someone whom Milo had offered to mentor (it’s a theme !) and continuing to this day in the failure of the millions of followers whom he had accumulated on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram to figure out where he has gone. (Telegram, bitches! Also Gab , but the real fun is over on Telegram. ) Some of it has to do with the failure of his investors to understand the way Milo works. (Yes, he’s “divisive”  — are you surprised!? ) Some of it has to do with the ongoing efforts by Antifa to terrify any venue that dares book a Milo ap

The Strong, Bright Armour of Obedience

I get it all the time in DMs: “Why does Milo have to be so mean? I agree with him on most of what he says [ there is always this qualification—FB ], but what he did the other night just seems childish and petty. Don’t you think he should stop?” Witness, for example, what Milo did the other night to Pawl Bazile, his personal assistant. Er. Dogsbody. Er. Think Jeeves to Milo’s Bertie, but without the say over Milo’s clothes. Concierge, but with fewer privileges. Milo had instructed Pawl to pick him up to take him to the hairdresser’s in preparation for the Straight Pride Parade . But Pawl not only went first to the wrong address (the hairdresser’s, rather than Milo’s); he also failed to make the proper appointment, so instead of the dreadlocks that Milo had planned to wear, Milo had (for Milo) only normally beautiful hair. (“You look great, boss!” Pawl assured him.) That night, Pawl was Milo’s guest on Milo & I  (livestream every other Friday with subscription on freespeec

Exposing Howard Zinn’s Fake History of America

Mary Grabar joined me for a conversation about her new book on the way in which Howard Zinn’s A People’s History of the United States  has warped Americans’ understanding of our nation’s history. Mary Grabar is a resident fellow at the Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization and the founder of the Dissident Prof Education Project . She taught for twenty years at the college level, and she has written and lectured widely on the problems facing American education. We talked about the kinds of rhetorical techniques Zinn used to promote his moralizing critique of America from Columbus to the Vietnam War, and how his vision of America as essentially corrupt has been promulgated in our schools. How did Zinn manage to capture the imagination of so many Americans? How can we counter his Manichaean vision of American history in the classroom and in the culture at large? Join us ! For a complete list of my videos, podcasts, and radio interviews, see  Be

Queen Fool

I have been sitting here for over an hour trying to figure out a way to get into this post. I keep changing the title. First it was “Alpha Fool, Omega Lord.” Then it was “Milo From Bottom to Top.” “Queen Fool” captures the essence, but it still does not seem to give me a place to start. I’ve tried reading my Twitter feed and found a few juicy mentions of last week’s post on Milo and the furries . But I just can’t seem to generate the outrage that I need.  Here, let’s try a few.  Ya’ll my RFB as a controversial writer of Mary/Jesus #dubcon fic who gets in Tumblr fan flame wars over her work just many layers. SO many. One might even say, a whole coat of layers. —@tsmendola, 16 Sep 2019 You are becoming a full blown fag hag in heat —@Mrmikemcneil, 18 Sep 2019 [deleted for violating the Twitter Rules] I read the latest from RFB, also known as MY’s most fervent admirer, and I kept wondering “WTF am I reading?” —@v_mills, 19 Sep 2019 Something? Anything? I rea

Clowns of God

It is a sacred day today. Today the sun is in the same place in the heavens as it was three years ago the day I first wrote to Milo: Dear Mr. Yiannopoulos, I teach at the University of Chicago. I told him that I had been watching his videos and how much I admired the work he was doing, and I told him about my blog and the posts that I had done on feminism and chivalry . He wrote back immediately: Rachel: thank you! I will take a look. Do stay in touch. M. It was like the answer to a prayer, the first in a litany of exchanges that continue to this day. (I know, you’re jealous, aren’t you? I would be .) And then, a day or so later, a friend sent me an article featuring Milo —and I knew I was looking on the face of God. My colleagues in academia will love this one. “Why doesn’t she just go ahead and write the erotica she wants?,” one suggested on Twitter yesterday  (I paraphrase), comparing my writing on Milo to “all those pained readings of the Song of Songs that claim it ain