Newlywed Milo Yiannopoulos Tells Australians To Vote 'No' To Same-Sex Marriage
In spite of the fact that Milo Yiannopoulos married his boyfriend in Hawaii earlier this month, the controversial 33-year-old political commentator is urging Australians to vote "no" to same-sex marriage.
He told Daily Mail Australia:
"My gut would be to vote against it.
"I'm gay and a Catholic. The highest priority for me is making sure no church, no believer anywhere, is required to violate their religious conscience."
"I think those things can co-exist perfectly peacefully. I think the state probably should recognise a gay couple who want to commit to one another.
"But the paramount consideration is not those gay couples - it is religious freedoms."
Ahead of his upcoming tour, Milo has reportedly been banned from appearing at government owned venues in Western Australia.
Reiterating his earlier statement, he said to Daily Mail Australia:
"So my instinct would be to vote against it and to look at some kind of proposed law that people could read and think about."