Jordan Peterson (left) and Elliot Page (right). (Getty Images) YouTube has demonetised two of Jordan Peterson’s videos in which he misgenders trans actor Elliot Page and claims gender-affirming surgery is “Nazi medical experiment-level wrong”. A spokesperson from YouTube told Axios that the controversial author’s two videos “violate our advertising policies around hateful and derogatory content,
Jeffree Star (L) and André Marhold. (Instagram) Jeffree Star, the controversial make-up vlogger still dogged by accusations of racism, has alleged that his boyfriend Andre Marhold robbed him and is now ignoring his calls. Dubbing the basketball player “lowlife scum”, the YouTube star said in since-deleted comments screenshot by Hip Magazine that he has tried
Lady Gaga (Stuart C. Wilson/Getty) Lady Gaga is taking some time out of her day to help students who have been robbed of a proper graduation to celebrate their achievements. The coronavirus pandemic has seen many major events cancelled and postponed in an effort to curb the spread of the virus – and among those
Malaysian rock band Bunkface has come under fire for releasing a song which includes the lyric “go die LGBT”. The song is titled “Akhir Zaman”, which means “the end of times”, according to QueerLapis.com, and includes the lyric “LGBT pergi mampus”, which translates as either “go to hell LGBT” or “go die LGBT”. An online
The creator of hit LGBT+ television series EastSiders has revealed that watching queer TV shows growing up saved his life. The writer and actor opened up about the importance of queer representation on-screen in an interview with Digital Spy. “I’m a huge supporter of pretty much anything queer that makes it to television,” Williamson said.
A gay guy had the best response to the church that expelled him for “sinning”. (Screen capture from YouTube/wickydkewl) A man was expelled from the baptist church he attended for six years after religious leaders found out he was gay and told him so in a letter, but he knew exactly how to clap back.
Bisexual YouTubers celebrating Bi visibility Day. To celebrate Bi Visibility Day, loud and proud bisexuals are sharing the common fallacies about their sexuality. YouTube stars Elle Mills, Megan Dijkman, Taylor Behnke, Stephan Kyriacou and blogger Vaneet Mehta are spreading bi positivity. Coming from all over the world, they have all heard the same bisexual assumptions
Bria Kam and Chrissy Chambers said their income fell from $3,500 to $500. (Vimeo) Five prominent LGBT+ YouTube channels are suing the video site and its parent company Google for allegedly discriminating against queer content creators. The group of YouTubers have accused the website of making it difficult for them to reach a wider audience,