ally and tyler

LGBT Youtuber Master Post

 Last Updated June 9th 2015

Send me anyone/everyone I have left out so I can get them added to the list. Thank you! Also if you’re an LGBT youtuber and would like to be added just let me know!

  • Mom: Honey, come here please!
  • Me: Yeah?
  • Mom: *Gestures to the home page of YouTube on AppleTV*
  • Me: Oh fuck.
  • Mom's boyfriend Brent: Ahh, not too fond of the male gender huh?
  • Me: Uhm...
  • Brent: Relax kid, I'm not here to judge like a homophobic asshole. However, I'm probably a horrible dad since I placed bets on whether my daughter had a girlfriend or not. When she came out I told her about it, but boy was her reaction priceless! Totally worth it.
  • Mom: We're okay with this, but I don't need your younger siblings and cousins to be watching these videos just yet. There's no doubt that they're constantly curious and will click on anything that piques their interests.
  • Little brother: But the gay side of YouTube is the best side of YouTube. Tyler Oakley is the best person ever! So is Troye, Connor, Joey, and everyone else.
  • Little sister: Stevie & Ally are way too cute! Also the Gay Women Channel are hilarious!
  • Me: In my defense, I didn't tell them about these people or encourage them whatsoever to watch them.
  • Mom: *Sighs and shakes head*
  • Brent: A lot of Anna Kendrick and Brittany Snow videos are popping up. I will never be able to watch those Pitch Perfect movies ever again without my Bechloe goggles on.
  • Me: I like you.
  • Brent: If you like me now, you'll love me soon enough. Your mom told me that you're obsessed with that lesbian vampire web series. Well since she says she doesn't have the time to watch it. How about we binge watch it right now?
  • Me: You my friend, are going to regret this.
  • Brent: I sat down and watched all of Faking It for my daughter's sake. I'm sure I can handle 72 episodes that are less than 6 minutes long.
  • Me: Well actually 84 episodes because there's season 1, 2, and 0.
  • Brent: What does this fandom do with their lives?
  • Me: Don't ask that question or else I'll be dragging you down this garbage chute with me.
  • Little sister: Sin. That's all that fandom ever does.
  • Brent: ...
  • Mom: ...
  • Little brother: ...
  • Me: No clue what she's talking about.
Reasons Why Gay Marriage Is WRONG

1. It’s not natural. if you’re a true american you must reject everything unnatural like glasses, polyester and even air conditioning.

2. it’ll encourage other people to be gay, because when I hang out with black people my skin turns black.

3. It would open the door to anyone and anything getting married, like if you wanted to you could get married to your dog bc it has the same rights as humans and can even sign a binding contract.

4. We haven’t changed traditionally marriage before so why start now? Women are still property, blacks and whites can’t get married and divorce is still illegal.

5. Straight marriage would become less meaningful. bc the sanctity of Kim Kardashian’s 72 hour marriage with Kris Humphries would lose it’s validity.

6. The reason of marriage is to have children. Old marriages and infertile marriages - they don’t need to happen bc they can’t have kids

7. Gay couples would raise gay children. Straight parents only raise straight children.

8. Gay Marriage isn’t supported by religion. In a theocracy like ours we impose one religion on everyone else so we can have the same views. That’s why we only have one religion in America.

9. Children will only succeed if they have a male and female figure at home. That’s the reason why we ban single parent homes.

10. It would change the foundation of society. We can’t adapt new social norms like cars, the economy, longer life spans. Why would we want to change and evolve?

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Life is classified. There is always so much that goes unsaid.

-Gallagher Girls, Ally Carter

..When people start asking questions, it kind of takes away the process of it being that person’s own process. I think a lot of people that might be listening might be on the ally side of LGBTQ+ community. And I think a great way to be a good ally is to not question people’s identity, but to openly support whatever that identity might be. And so, by being public about how you are supportive of the community, or by, I guess just being an inclusive person to all identities, that’s a lot better of a way to be an ally than to be like “Are you gay? Are you bi? Are you..?” because they might not be ready for it.
—  Tyler Oakley on people questioning others’ identities, Psychobabble, Episode 56.

There was something about game day that always got Alli excited. Not just, excited, like woo, this is exciting! excited. But she could feel it burn between her thighs. Maybe it was the endorphins and the adrenaline rushing through her body, but she’s sitting on the bus full of people on the way home from their game, rubbing her young, slender thighs together and trying to keep the fact that she wants to get off really badly at bay. Still dressed in her little cheerleading uniform, she leans back in her seat, grateful that she’s sitting alone as she subtly tries to work her hand against her bloomer clad cunt, thumb brushing lightly against her clit, the friction making her shudder and rock her hips down against the cheap, pleather seat. 

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