The Anti-PC Revolt and the Milo Problem
Cathy Young

You lay out a very nuanced and thought-provoking overview here. It’s a good test of someone’s principles how they view someone like Milo. People like him act as a kind of mirror that shows us how healthy our moral compass is, as well as our ability to deal with complexity. He is complex, and draws out the worst in some people. It’s rather childish to blame him for that though. As far as I know he hasn’t broken any laws so he should be allowed to go about his business free from threat of censorship or violence.

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