Milo Yiannopoulos dressed in drag: “Fat shaming works” [VIDEO] – Exclusive

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Milo Yiannopoulos has been called of many things, boring is not one of them.

His new college tour, “The Dangerous Faggot 2.0 Tour” is scheduled to hit 44 college campuses and is the greatest show on Earth. Yiannopoulos delivers like no conservative before; part standup, part lecture, and mixed with a little drag makes his speech one of the most exciting events coming to campuses across the country.

In an interview with Red Alert Politics before his speech at Louisiana State University, Yiannopoulos disclosed that every speech is different.

He surprised audiences that night by appearing in drag as Marilyn Monroe and sang the national anthem a cappella, a gay attendee told RAP that he’s never seen so many straight college guys cheer for a drag queen before.

At his following speech at Florida State University on Friday, Yiannopoulos dressed as a priest and held a wake for Twitter.

The costumes aren’t the only thing that’s changing. The Breitbart Tech editor’s speech is different in each venue. In Houston, Milo spoke about free speech and the alt-right; at LSU, the topic was feminism and body positivity; at FSU, it was Twitter and censorship.

Red Alert was in attendance for Yiannopoulos’ LSU sold out speech where he proudly discussed how “fat shaming works” and all the costs obesity brings to society.

“We’ve lost aspirational glamour from American public life,” Yiannopoulos told Red Alert in his dressing room. “You know what’s weird, beautiful people feel marginalized now from mainstream beauty standards. Look at the men’s health magazine, the models are ‘approachable looking’, meaning ‘uglier’, the bodies are not as good as they use to be, and the faces are average.”

“We’re putting Lena Dunham and Amy Schumer on the covers and saying that this is a female role model, give me a break,” the Breitbart Tech editor continued.

Yiannopoulos said that Americans need glamour, someone to look up to, and social censure to keep them from getting lazy on their appearance.

Like Donald Trump’s campaign to “Make America Great Again,” Yiannopoulos is on a one-man quest to make America thin, fun, and free again and if he comes to your campus, go see him.