These LGBTQ+ YouTubers Will Fill You With Pride No Matter Who You Are
If you're reading this, then you probably already know there's a huge following for LGBTQ+ vloggers on YouTube, not to mention Instagrammers who spread the love on both platforms. Shortly after my sister Rachel and her girlfriend Megan started dating, it became clear that their friends and family loved their love. They wanted to see them in action, exploring new places, joking around with one another, and most importantly, addressing LGBTQ+ topics that people all over the world don't just want to be informed about, but need to be. With the launch of their YouTube channel, Megan and Rachel joined a community of influencers who all spread the same message about sexuality and identity: it's OK to be who you are.
There are so many reasons you're bound to become a subscriber to these channels, though. If you're into fashion and beauty, Nikita Dragun and Andrea Russett will instantly feel like your new best friends. If you're here to learn, Stevie Boebi makes queer educational videos and teaches sex education on her channel. And if you want to laugh, trust Hannah Hart to crack you the f*ck up (she also recently managed to find time to star in Taylor Swift's "You Need to Calm Down" music video — no big deal). "Feeling pride as someone who is LGBTQ+ is not just about celebrating with the community, but about feeling supported — and that comes with people watching our videos," Megan told me.