Conservative commentator, Milo Yiannopoulos, has come out as an “ex-gay” on an interview with LifeSite and shifted to a devout Catholic.
Milo said, “When I used to kid that I only became gay to torment my mother, I wasn’t entirely joking.”
He continued, “Of course, I was never wholly at home in the gay lifestyle — Who is? Who could be? — and only leaned heavily into it in public because it drove liberals crazy to see a handsome, charismatic, intelligent gay man riotously celebrating conservative principles.”
During the interview, Milo also said he was dropping major hints in his books, “Dangerous.”
“Anyone who’s read me closely over the past decade must surely have seen this coming. I wasn’t shy about dropping hints. In my New York Times-bestselling book Dangerous, I heavily hinted I might be “coming out” as straight in the future.”
Milo also mentioned his support for “conversion therapy” as rehabilitation.
“As you might expect, my professional priorities are shifting somewhat, given my new spiritual preoccupations. Over the next decade, I would like to help rehabilitate what the media calls “conversion therapy.” It does work, albeit not for everybody. As for my other aspirations and plans, well, no change: I’ve always considered abortion to be the pre-eminent moral horror of human history. I’ll keep saying so — even more loudly than before,” he said.
On the topic of his husband, Milo said he has now been “demoted to housemate.”