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We’ve revamped the site and we’re adding new benefits for VIPs who want to live dangerously. Our new focus is on quality long-form journalism, great commentary and humor. Plus, Milo’s back to podcasting every day.

DANGEROUS, the news and commentary website owned by MILO, Inc., relaunched on Monday with a dazzling new design and beefed-up editorial approach. In a taste of things to come, the new website featured a “Babe Ruth Coffin Clock,” a reference to the oldest justice on the Supreme Court, a spinning “Planned Parenthood Black Baby Death Counter,” a feature on Nigeria’s Christian genocide, an interview with Rufio Panman and on Tuesday will host a colossal, 14,000-word feature by Milo about the social justice incursion into medieval studies, the results of months of work.

The re-launch of the news magazine experienced minor delays throughout the month of July due to “gay shit,” said DANGEROUS spokeswoman Sofonda Cox. “Each time Chadwick and MILO scheduled meetings to discuss the re-launch, they just ended up getting drunk on frosé by the pool,” Cox said. “You know how those people do.”

DANGEROUS has hired Milo Yiannopoulos as full-time editor-at-large, where he will produce daily content for the site, on top of recording his daily podcast, The MILO Show. “We couldn’t be happier to have Milo on board at DANGEROUS,” Moore said. “Finally.”

Of the site, Yiannopoulos said, “I like to think I’m completing the work Andrew Breitbart started when he died leaving the design of the Breitbart website unfinished, and before the era of responsive web design.”

Select content on the site, including the podcast, is available exclusively to subscribers, who can join for as little as $3.95 a month. Those who have previously subscribed to the podcast will receive full access to all content on the site. DANGEROUS also announced a new merchandise store is forthcoming, due in August. Details of Milo’s fall and winter touring schedule will be available on DANGEROUS first, also in mid-August.

Chadwick Moore

Chadwick Moore is the former editor-at-large for OUT magazine and The Advocate and contributor to The New York Times, Playboy, and the New York Post. Since coming out of the closet as a conservative in February 2017, he’s been a regular contributor to Tucker Carlson Tonight on Fox News, where he provides cultural criticism and discusses politics and LGBT issues. Born in Tennessee, he lives in Brooklyn, New York and is writing his first book.

Milo Yiannopoulos

Milo Yiannopoulos is an award-winning journalist and New York Times bestselling author. He is a renowned public speaker, cultural libertarian and the former technology editor for Breitbart News. From London, he’s previously written for The Telegraph and The Catholic Herald and co-ran the technology news site The Kernel. He was also one of the first journalists to cover the Gamergate controversy. He lives in Florida with his black husband.

DANGEROUS served 1.8 million page views to 360,000 unique visitors during its first week live in November 2017 when Moore took over as editor. The site has seen sustained growth since, despite new social media algorithms that have targeted conservative publishers for suppression, DANGEROUS among them.

DANGEROUS began as Yiannopoulos.net, which was primarily a news aggregation service injected with its founder’s signature wit and foppishness. Moore made publishing original features and human interest stories a priority for the site.

The new site’s focus will be quality over quantity. “My background is in long-form and features, and that’s the direction we are taking DANGEROUS. We take our mission of ‘laughter and war’ very seriously and here you’ll find the thoughtful, engaging, and devilishly funny content that virtually no conservative or libertarian publication is running,” Moore said. “We’re also going to be covering Tiffany Trump, a lot.”



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