14 Ways Milo Ventimiglia and Milo Yiannopoulos Couldn’t Be More Different

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14 Ways Milo Ventimiglia and Milo Yiannopoulos Couldn’t Be More Different

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14 Ways Milo Ventimiglia and Milo Yiannopoulos Couldn’t Be More Different

Milo Ventimiglia is the handsome, usually mustached center of This Is Us.

But, people across the Internet keep confusing him with racist, misogynist, alt-right troll Milo Yiannopoulos, who is currently caught up in controversy over seemingly defending pedophilia.  

Take a look at the gallery above to see all the important ways Milo V. couldn’t be more different from the self-described Internet “supervillain.”

14 Ways Milo Ventimiglia and Milo Yiannopoulos Couldn’t Be More Different
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Milo V. is adorable and appropriate when it comes to kids

Milo V. is adorable and appropriate when it comes to kids

While Jack Pearson’s portrayer couldn’t have a better relationship with his TV kids, Milo Y. has a disturbing stance on children.

“The whole consent thing for me. It’s not this black and white thing that people try to paint it,” he said during a 2016 podcast.

“Are there some 13-year-olds out there capable of giving informed consent to have sex with an adult? Probably.”

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Milo V. is adorable and appropriate when it comes to kids

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While Jack Pearson’s portrayer couldn’t have a better relationship with his TV kids, Milo Y. has a disturbing stance on children.

“The whole consent thing for me. It’s not this black and white thing that people try to paint it,” he said during a 2016 podcast.

“Are there some 13-year-olds out there capable of giving informed consent to have sex with an adult? Probably.”

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Milo V. played a book-obsessed dreamboat

Milo V. played a book-obsessed dreamboat

Milo V. was everyone’s first TV crush on Gilmore Girls as Jess Mariano, a moody dreamboat who wrote a book.

Milo Y., on the other hand, had his upcoming memoir Dangerous canceled by Simon & Schuster following his seemingly pro-pedophilia comments.

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Milo V. played a book-obsessed dreamboat

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Milo V. was everyone’s first TV crush on Gilmore Girls as Jess Mariano, a moody dreamboat who wrote a book.

Milo Y., on the other hand, had his upcoming memoir Dangerous canceled by Simon & Schuster following his seemingly pro-pedophilia comments.

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Milo V. has never had to apologize for possibly supporting pedophilia

Milo V. has never had to apologize for possibly supporting pedophilia

Speaking of Milo Y.’s comments, the alt-right troll was forced to apologize on Tuesday, February 21, for apparently defending child sexual abuse.

Milo V. and his perfectly-proper behavior have never needed to do so.

Milo V. has never had to apologize for possibly supporting pedophilia

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Speaking of Milo Y.’s comments, the alt-right troll was forced to apologize on Tuesday, February 21, for apparently defending child sexual abuse.

Milo V. and his perfectly-proper behavior have never needed to do so.

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Leslie Jones would love Milo V.

Leslie Jones would love Milo V.

We assume Leslie would think the hunky This Is Us star is a “sexy vanilla muffin,” just like Weekend Update host Colin Jost.

Whereas Milo Y. waged a disturbing racist Twitter war against Saturday Night Live star Leslie, so he definitely wouldn’t fall into that category.

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Leslie Jones would love Milo V.

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We assume Leslie would think the hunky This Is Us star is a “sexy vanilla muffin,” just like Weekend Update host Colin Jost.

Whereas Milo Y. waged a disturbing racist Twitter war against Saturday Night Live star Leslie, so he definitely wouldn’t fall into that category.

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Milo V. is still allowed on Twitter

Milo V. is still allowed on Twitter

Milo shares sweet messages on the social networking site, where he sends love to co-stars like Mandy Moore and Ron Cephas Jones.

Milo Y. was kicked off of Twitter after he incited his alt-right troll army into sending racist vitriol to SNL’s Leslie.

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Milo V. is still allowed on Twitter

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Milo shares sweet messages on the social networking site, where he sends love to co-stars like Mandy Moore and Ron Cephas Jones.

Milo Y. was kicked off of Twitter after he incited his alt-right troll army into sending racist vitriol to SNL’s Leslie.

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Milo V. redirects accidental hate to positivity

Milo V. redirects accidental hate to positivity

The still-on-Twitter hunk admitted he’s getting social media hate (seemingly) meant for Milo Y, adding, “It's ok … I redirect it to positivity,” with tons of happy emojis.

In a post-controversy world, Milo Y. is still blogging negatively about “Libs,” and the founder of Refuse Fascism.

Milo V. redirects accidental hate to positivity

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The still-on-Twitter hunk admitted he’s getting social media hate (seemingly) meant for Milo Y, adding, “It's ok … I redirect it to positivity,” with tons of happy emojis.

In a post-controversy world, Milo Y. is still blogging negatively about “Libs,” and the founder of Refuse Fascism.

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Milo V. is here for people of “all walks of life”

Milo V. is here for people of “all walks of life”

Milo V. confirmed his friends hail from “every race. Every religion. Every sexual orientation,” when a Twitter user asked if he was “Milos Yiannopoulos.”

Milo Y. can’t say the same thing, as he proved with one bizarre speaking gig…

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Milo V. is here for people of “all walks of life”

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Milo V. confirmed his friends hail from “every race. Every religion. Every sexual orientation,” when a Twitter user asked if he was “Milos Yiannopoulos.”

Milo Y. can’t say the same thing, as he proved with one bizarre speaking gig…

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Milo V. believes in lesbians

Milo V. believes in lesbians

Milo V. has done This Is Us-style push-ups with out-and-proud lesbian Ellen DeGeneres, proving he believes lesbians are real live people.

Milo Y. once explained to a lesbian professor there “aren’t really any lesbians.” The troll is also an out-and-proud gay man.

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Milo V. believes in lesbians

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Milo V. has done This Is Us-style push-ups with out-and-proud lesbian Ellen DeGeneres, proving he believes lesbians are real live people.

Milo Y. once explained to a lesbian professor there “aren’t really any lesbians.” The troll is also an out-and-proud gay man.

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No one has ever rioted over Milo V.

No one has ever rioted over Milo V.

People love seeing Milo V. since he’s associated with their favorite things, like Gilmore Girls, This Is Us, and 2005’s weirdo werewolf movie Cursed.

The students of USC Berkeley caused $100,000 worth of damage to their school while protesting a prospective appearance by Milo Y.

The show — a part of his Dangerous F—t tour — was canceled.

No one has ever rioted over Milo V.

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People love seeing Milo V. since he’s associated with their favorite things, like Gilmore Girls, This Is Us, and 2005’s weirdo werewolf movie Cursed.

The students of USC Berkeley caused $100,000 worth of damage to their school while protesting a prospective appearance by Milo Y.

The show — a part of his Dangerous F—t tour — was canceled.

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Milo V. wouldn’t go on a tour with a slur in it

Milo V. wouldn’t go on a tour with a slur in it

He’s never had to comment on the specific possibility, but we’re willing to bet a fortune on the impossibility.

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Milo V. wouldn’t go on a tour with a slur in it

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He’s never had to comment on the specific possibility, but we’re willing to bet a fortune on the impossibility.

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Milo V. has attended the NAACP Images Awards

Milo V. has attended the NAACP Images Awards

Milo went to support This Is Us co-stars Sterling K. Brown, who won Outstanding Actor in a Drama series, and Lonnie Chavis, who was nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Youth.

It’s unlikely Milo Y. will ever get an invite to the celebration of black entertainment, as he once said of student protest, “I’ve worked out why there are so many Black girls here… ‘Cause I f—ked their brothers.”

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Milo V. has attended the NAACP Images Awards

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Milo went to support This Is Us co-stars Sterling K. Brown, who won Outstanding Actor in a Drama series, and Lonnie Chavis, who was nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Youth.

It’s unlikely Milo Y. will ever get an invite to the celebration of black entertainment, as he once said of student protest, “I’ve worked out why there are so many Black girls here… ‘Cause I f—ked their brothers.”

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Milo V. can wear any hair style

Milo V. can wear any hair style

Jack's alter ego looks good with long hair or short hair, with a beard, and without one.

Milo Y. tends to look more like Rob Thomas’s mom.

Milo V. can wear any hair style

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Jack's alter ego looks good with long hair or short hair, with a beard, and without one.

Milo Y. tends to look more like Rob Thomas’s mom.

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Milo V. has never had this hair style

Milo V. has never had this hair style
We are #Blessed.
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Milo V. has never had this hair style

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We are #Blessed.

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Milo V. has Sylvester Stallone’s stamp of approval

Milo V. has Sylvester Stallone’s stamp of approval

Milo V. was tapped to play Rocky’s son in 2006’s Rocky Balboa.

Milo Y. is so toxic he’s even being condemned by leading white supremacists like Richard Spencer, AKA That Nazi Who Got Punched in the Face.

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Milo V. has Sylvester Stallone’s stamp of approval

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Milo V. was tapped to play Rocky’s son in 2006’s Rocky Balboa.

Milo Y. is so toxic he’s even being condemned by leading white supremacists like Richard Spencer, AKA That Nazi Who Got Punched in the Face.

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Milo Ventimiglia is the handsome, usually mustached center of This Is Us.

But, people across the Internet keep confusing him with racist, misogynist, alt-right troll Milo Yiannopoulos, who is currently caught up in controversy over seemingly defending pedophilia.  

Take a look at the gallery above to see all the important ways Milo V. couldn’t be more different from the self-described Internet “supervillain.”