Over the weekend, totally not racist right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos married his long-term partner, Faceless Black Man. Yiannopoulos shared snaps from the ceremony on his Instagram.
Yiannopoulos has never kept quiet about his love for faceless black men, and his “antiwhite bedroom policy,” though he’s expressed that attraction in the grossest possible terms.
“I don’t like Planned Parenthood. They kill all those black babies. In 20 years, they could be my harem,” he told Bloomberg in 2016. Also that year, he posted onto his Facebook, “I lift young black men out of poverty every day. Sure, the next morning the driver takes them right back there but whatever.”
Yiannopoulos followed up his public performance of humanity with typical panache: he insulted a trans Twitter user on his Instagram and posted multiple shots of headlines about his wedding, reiterating that his love for a black man meant that he was not racist toward black people.
Yiannopoulos’ book Dangerous came out in July to low sales after publishers Simon & Schuster dropped him in February after a video surfaced in which Yiannopoulos made controversial comments about sex between adult men and underage boys.