By Lara Keay For Mailonline. Five years ago, James Charles was a high school student dreaming of becoming a global sensation - but he never thought he'd actually get there. He humbly describes himself as just a 'year-old kid with some blending brushes'.
YouTube has striven to give a voice to everyone since day one. Over the past eight years, creators have come up with amazing ways to broadcast their message, empower the community and be a catalyst for social change. YouTube is a place where people from all orientations can build an audience to create awesome entertainment shows, share their life stories and also bring about social change.
Oakley began making videos in ; his first video Raindrops had received almostviews on YouTube as of November 19, Oakley, who is openly gay is a former member of the successful collaboration channel "5AwesomeGays," where he produced the Friday video for over three years. He has twelve siblings.
Youtube is the world's outlet to post for anyone to post their opinions, their art, and their life, sharing it with people internationally. It comes as no surprise, then, that the LGBT community has been the source of many good YouTube channels or that there is a wealth of LGBT YouTubers and vloggers enjoying success as they reach the world with their inspiring stories, hilarious commentary, and passion for their interests, whatever they may be. Whether you're looking for someone to relate to your own journey, or a are just a fan of Youtube comedy and music, look no further than the YouTube channels on this list, tackling LGBT issues and LGBT news have it all. The gay and lesbian topics of these videos and sketches will entertain and enlighten not just other LGBT individuals, but anyone who is looking for heartfelt stories, music, comedy, and art.
Danny Nett. YouTube's decision not to ban a right-wing vlogger for targeting a gay journalist has rekindled debates around hate speech, censorship, and whether companies "walk the walk" of supporting LGBTQ people during Pride Month. YouTube has announced it will be taking steps to remove supremacist content and will re-examine its anti-harassment policy — following days of backlash surrounding its decision not to ban a right-wing YouTuber for targeting a gay journalist.
The four part message was shared on the streaming service's official account and included an acknowledgment that they had "let the LGBTQ community down", as well as a commitment to make YouTube a more inclusive space. We're sorry and we want to do better. I dont know what the fuck is going on at YouTube but why the FUCK are people telling me that ads of this old fuck telling people being gay is wrong are running on my channel pic.
Impeachment inquiry. Our live coverage has ended. Carlos Maza, a video journalist who works for Vox is speaking out after YouTube declined to ban the videos of Steven Crowder, a prominent right-wing personality who Maza says used the platform to attack him with homophobic and racist slurs.
In an era dominated by social media, a video or any other content that goes viral can be a major problem and ruin your reputation. Be careful of what you post. Adam Mark Smith from Arizona found out the hard way. He was working for a medical device manufacturer as the financial director.
Tom Daley has been called a role model for gay British sporting stars who feel unable to disclose their sexuality after the diving star revealed that he "couldn't be happier" since he began a relationship with a man. The Olympic medallist, 19, posted a video on YouTube in which he said his life had "changed massively" since the relationship began earlier this year. Speaking for five minutes in the video, which Daley Tweeted to his 2.
Jamaican reggae star Beenie Man, who achieved international stardom and infamy with songs that have included violently homophobic lyrics, has come out with a new video. In the remarkable new clip, Beenie Man Anthony Moses Davis literally begs for forgiveness for his past sins, disavowing older songs with lyrics such as "Hang chi chi gal wid a long piece of rope" and "Tek a bazooka and kill batty-fucker". Beenie Man said: "I respect each and every human being, regardless of which race or creed, regardless of which religious belief you believe in, and regardless of which sexual preference you are, including gays and lesbian people," he said:. There is no one in this world is the same as they were 20 years ago — I know I am not.