Summary: It’s not that Dylan doesn’t want Tyler in his videos, or that he’s ashamed of his boyfriend. Tyler did show up in a few, some of them by accident, some of them not. But neither of them feels the need to be that public with their relationship. Only, there’s this one thing that Dylan’s subscribers and Tyler’s fans keep asking for.
Dylan still can’t wrap his mind around the fact that he is now a household
name. Some of those days, it equally infuriates and amazes him that part of the
reason for that is his boyfriend, who has finally struck lucky with a movie
that skyrocketed from indie to box office success. Then there’s the occasional
day where he wonders how much of his own name recognition stems from the work he – not Tyler, and not the tabloid
junk – created.
He’s not a
nobody on YouTube anymore, not after he scored multiple red carpet spots on
both sides of the interview line. His channel is gaining subscribers steadily,
and he had offers for genuine acting gigs – he turned down most of them with
the exception of a few cameos – that he sometimes thinks were a joke. When he
stops questioning all that, he admits to himself that his life has turned out