Top 100 Lesbian & Bisexual YouTubers & Couples List: Ranked By Channel Subscribers

Julyssa Couture

79. Julyssa Couture / Julyssa Couture – 20k subscribers

Julyssa has a sick undercut. She’s a college student, a makeup artist, and falls in love with people of all genders who can make her laugh. Check out her channel for vlogs, makeup tutorials and workout tips.

Tiff and Jess

78. Tiffany and Jessica Tay / Tiff & Jess / TifficaTay – 22k subscribers

Tiffany and Jessica are two YouTubers who met at a conference and began dating long distance. Three years later, they live together in Michigan. Check out their channel to watch these lovely humans come out to their mothers, move in together and get very different haircuts.

Kristin Russo

77. Kristin Russo / Everyone Is Gay / First Person – 23k subscribers

For the past six years, Kristin Russo has been working to improve the lives of LGBTQIA youth. Her channel started as an advice segment with intermittent lipsynch breaks, and has since expanded Everyone Is Gay to go on tours to engage with students, families and educators across the country. They’re funny, inspiring and extraordinarily good people.

Kristin (and co-founder, Dannielle Owens-Reid) authored This is a Book for Parents of Gay Kids. They were #34 in Autostraddle’s official 2011 hot 100, and have appeared on CNN, MTV, Cosmopolitan, Huffpost Live, The Advocate, and more. Everyone Is Gay has 23k subscribers and is a frequent collaborator with Autostraddle. Dannielle left EIG for other projects this year, including her new website Kristin now works as CEO and Editor-In-Chief of Everyone is Gay, making videos like the very popular “Getting In Bed With…” series and currently serves as Camp Co-Director for A-camp.

Brittany Simon

76. Brittany Simon / Brittany Simon – 24k subscribers

Brittany is a Seattle-based Middle Eastern, queer, poly and BDSM loving female with a love for talking about the creepy-crawly. She reviews sex toys and makes videos about sexuality.

LeeLeeUrsTru Lee

75. LeeLeeUrsTru Lee / LeeLeeUrsTru Lee – 24k subscribers

Lee Lee is a lesbian who vlogs about her daily life, often with her girlfriend Erica. Lee Lee is 26, enjoys pranks, and is very good at jump squats.

Natasha Ponomaroff

74. Natasha Nicole Ponomaroff / Natasha Ponomaroff – 27k subscribers

Tasha is gay and has been vlogging on her channel since 2010. She gained a following in part through her appearances as a couples vlogger, but since the end of the relationship has learned not to post so much of her personal life online. She continues to post actively on Twitter.

Claudia Boleyn

73. Claudia Boleyn / Claudia Boleyn – 30k subscribers

Claudia is bisexual. She loves Sansa Stark and makes videos critiquing media from an unabashedly feminist perspective. Check out her channel for vlogs about mental health and this fabulous Yeah Yeah Yeahs “Sacrilege” cover.

Amy Geliebter

72. Amy Geliebter / Amy Geliebter – 31k subscribers

Amy Geliebter is best known for her makeup tutorials and her videos on depression and bisexuality, which have been featured by Huffington Post, Buzzfeed, Cosmopolitan, and Marie Claire.

kaylah cupcake

71. Kaylah / Kaylah Cupcake – 32k subscribers

Kaylah is a former Autostraddle moderator, current A-Camp Dance Team Coordinator, and actual face of the Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art’s fourth annual pride exhibition: Yaass! A Celebration of Pride and Diversity. Her shade reigns supreme, and her eyebrows are so flawless they could very well give you an identity crisis. (In, like, an inspire-you-to-kick-your-own-ass-into-being-better sort of way.)

Kaylah’s YouTube channel is a haven for humans who are interested in weight loss without being talked down to or negatively motivated. Over the course of 14 months, Kaylah lost 100 pounds, and has been vlogging about the food she eats, her mental health, and products that she likes (and dislikes). In a recent interview with Ali, she explained:

Being snarky as fuck and a queer feminist killjoy, there are many things that I don’t buy into. Like, at all! I denounce detox teas, shakes, waist trainers. All the things that are getting the big views and the big bucks! I’ve gotten a good amount of negativity surrounding the funniest thing: STRETCH MARKS! Getting rid of stretch marks is the type of video you do if you talk about wellness or weight loss, but I don’t. I’m asked about it alllll the time! In an update about my body progress I mentioned that I didn’t mind having stretch marks and, in fact, they are sexy and part of me and they aren’t going anywhere. This made people angry for some reason and I decided to delete a ton of the comments. I don’t want anyone watching my videos to think that their bodies were gross and then to see me getting shamed about that! Also, everyone wants to know if boys think I’m cuter now… blah blah blah. I like giving a different perspective than what everyone is used to. I’m the anti-wellness guru.

Kaylah is bisexual.

ava gordy

70. Ava Gordy / Ava Gordy / Ava Gordy 2 – 34k subscribers

Ava Gordy is a bisexual vlogger with cool hair, matching hangers, and a Tumblr named “marypussypoppins.” She joined YouTube after leaving a ballet graduate program, and now entertains her 34k subscribers with tales of her failed septum piercing, a rundown of her time as an extra in Divergent, and hair dyeing tutorials, among other things.

Kaitlyn Alexander

69. Kaitlyn Alexander / realisticallysaying / Couple-ish / Carmilla (actor) – 36k subscribers

Kaitlyn is a gender neutral/nonbinarygay, Canadian awkward taco. They post weekly vlogs, bad advice, and Gin-terviews — including, most popularly, Elise Bauman of Carmilla fame. Kaitlyn, of course, played LaFontaine in the webseries, and has credited the character with giving them the confidence to be unabashedly strange. Most recently, they’ve been creating, co-writing and starring in Couple-ish, which Karly summarized:

Kaitlyn plays Dee who, with sister Amy’s help, finds a new roommate, Rachel. Rachel is British and cute, Dee is a snarky grump, and Amy is the sweet, helpful lady who keeps them together. That is until they find out that Rachel listed Dee as her common law partner so she could renew her visa and just expected Dee not to notice. For fans and followers of Kaitlyn, they already know that Dee and Rachel will pretend to be a couple and start a Couples YouTube channel, which apparently is a thing that fools immigration departments. Amy will start to fall for Rachel; and Dee, who is gender nonbinary, will fall for a boy named Edmond. Shenans! But already this series is intriguing for the snarky dialogue and actors we already love and ones we just met.

On Kaitlyn’s personal channel, you can find hilarious songs, emotional slam poetry, and extreme silliness. If nothing else, you should join Kaitlyn’s 36k other subscribers to learn how to eat Nutella sexy-like.

Marissa Farina

68. Marissa Farina / Marissa – 37k subscribers

Marissa is a Gemini. She first gained popularity on YouTube via LezBeOnTalk, a lesbian couples channel she started in 2011 with her (now ex-) girlfriend. Following their split, Marissa was named SheWired’s most eligible out woman in 2014 and gained a devoted following on her solo channel. She is recently engaged and posts challenge videos and vlogs about her everyday life.


67. Natalia / HeyImNatalia – 40k subscribers

Natalia is a 22 year-old Australian travel vlogger with close to 40k subscribers. She’s gay and is striving to live this year for herself. Follow her for travel vlogs and advice on what to pack for your own travels.

Stacy Solis

66. Stacy Solis / Stacy Solis / Stacy Solis Vlogs / Stacy Solis En Espanol – 40k subscribers

Stacy is a raging homosexual who has been on YouTube for the past five years. She’s Mexican American and has vlogged about everything ranging from stretch marks to pressure to come out of the closet.

Stacy is a conversation creator at VProud.


65. Elizabeth Martinez / CaliforniaLuv84 / xelizabethmartinez – 41k subscribers

Elizabeth is in her 30s, really gay, and a member of the VC (vinyl community). She posts vlogs and has 41k subscribers. You may enjoy listening to her talk about her hair and reflecting back on her “it gets better” video.

Whitney and Megan Wegan

64. Whitney and Megan / WhatWeganDidNext – 41k subscribers

Whitney and Megan (aka. “Wegan”) are a happily married femme lesbian couple. They’ve been posting about their relationship online since 2009, when they were in the midst of 4 years of a long distance relationship. Today, they live in the UK and post vlogs about travel and their everyday lives.

Whitney and Megan have written about LGBT issues for Huffington Post and Buzzfeed, and currently have 41k subscribers. Check out their store for “I <3 Wegan” merch.

Alyssa and Brittany

63. Alyssa and Brittany / Alyssa and Brittany – 42k subscribers

Alyssa and Brittany started as a long-distance couple and now live together in Toledo, Ohio. They post Q&As and couples challenges.

Tara and Mandi Living Rosa

62. Tara and Mandi Rosa / Living Rosa – 43k subscribers

Tara and Mandi Rosa are a married couple who started their YouTube channel two and a half years ago to document the journey as they were trying to conceive their daughter Lennon. They now use their channel to vlog about parenthood and their everyday lives. Moving forward, they want “more babies, more subscribers and more love!” Tara and Mandi are currently making another baby.

Diana and Lina Lesbiasianz

61. Diana and Lina / Lesbiasianz – 44k subscribers

Diana and Lina are, in their own words, “a lesbian couple that happens to be Asian.” The two met as sorority pledge sisters in their sophomore year of college. They now live together and pull really intense pranks on eachother (air horns at close range! cheating with a coworker! lost engagement ring!) in videos that are equal parts fascinating and uncomfortable to watch. Diana and Lina also do Q&As and vlog generally about their relationship.

Jenny and Ruth The Winships

60. Jenny and Ruth / The Winships – 45k subscribers

Jenny and Ruth post drop dead gorgeous vlogs about their marriage, their travels and everyday life. They have 45k subscribers and a super cute outdoors-y clothing line called The Red Flannel.

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  1. Thank you, Laura! I’ve been feeling old/lost when people talk about youtube because I haven’t actually gotten into any youtubers. For me it’s still the site for dog videos and preparing listening activities for students. This will be a huge help. :D

  2. I’ve dreamed of Autostraddle doing something like this so so long! Thank you Laura! :)

    I love a lot of these YouTubers but now there’s some more to fan grrrl over.

  3. I’ve never followed any YouTuber because it’s neither my generation nor my culture (as a European + English isn’t my first/main language), but dear god, this is HUGE. I’m so glad these humans exist and I’m pretty sure they are changing lives.

  4. When I was coming out in 2013/14 YouTube was so incredibly helpful for me. Just being able to see so many other women talk about their lives and have fun and be normal people.

    This list gave me a lot of new people to check out. My personal faves are Ari Fitz and Jade.

  5. Isn’t Riley J Dennis the YouTuber that lectures Lesbians they shouldn’t call themselves GoldStar? That it is offensive to non-female Lesbians, I guess the label police are here. I’m not GS but I celebrate anyone that is proud of any part of being a Lesbian. Don’t feel someone contentious should be on the list, Not positive representation.

    • I couldn’t disagree with you more. Calling it “Gold Star” implies that you are superior for not having ever slept with a man. Plenty of lesbians have slept with men for any number of reason and there is NO reason to shame them for it by giving yourself a label that implies that they are lesser. It’s not about being a proud lesbian, it’s about dividing lesbians into categories and labeling one superior which is not okay.

      • Perhaps I should have said “oneself” rather than “it”. Just to be clear, by “it” I meant “the fact that you have never slept with a man”.

        • Nah, I also think we have to recognise that LGBT women are a diverse community in ourselves and we all have different experiences. When we’re all here clamouring to use every single label that every other woman uses that’s failing to recognise the individual and diverse experiences of LGBT women. I’m a gold star lesbian and to say that me being positive about my (actually very difficult) life experiences has anything to do with anyone else, well I find that incredibly selfish. My sexuality has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with anyone else but me. I’m really tired of everyone from straight dudes to bi chicks having a go at me for being a gold star. I also find it telling that no one has a problem with any other female positivity labels, except the ones about women exclusively loving women, like you’re all out here hashtagging black girl magic and slay queen and no one’s got an issue? I also find it telling that the GBT community has coopted every other lesbian label and literally the ONLY one they can’t appropriate is the one that is somehow “offensive”. Like nah, im very suspicious.

          • It’s not JUST that it’s a label for someone who hasn’t ever slept with a man, it’s called “gold star”. The name implies superiority. You give a gold to the best. Feel proud of your past, YES. Imply it’s better than someone else’s? No, sorry.

            Also, “I also find it telling that no one has a problem with any other female positivity labels, except the ones about women exclusively loving women”? What? Lesbian itself means exclusively loving women. Gold star specifically means you have never slept with a man. It doesn’t make you any less of a lesbian if you have.

          • Gold starism is steeped in biphobia and transmisogyny. I have plenty of lesbian friends who have never slept with a man, and more power to them, but when I hear someone proudly identify as a gold star I usually fall to the ground and play dead. The term is loaded af, and to insist otherwise is ahistorical.

          • tbh I get that the phrase gold star can be used by dickheads to insult people who have had sex with men or who are trans. Just like literally any girl complimenting themselves can do it in a way that is insulting to other people. My main issue is why everyone is so brutal about THIS label in particular. You need to analyse why it is you think lesbians are more likely to be dickheads than anyone else? You need to think about why you’re falling into that ‘all lesbians are aggressive’ stereotype. When I, an actual gold star myself, have never met another lesbian who is a gold star I find it hard to believe that literally every other member of the queer community has some ‘nightmare story’ about the gold star bogeylesbian who called them names and was super bitchy. That screams of lesbophobia tbh.

            At this point I don’t even need to go around calling myself a gold star lesbian (as if I would I would be murdered to death by the queer community) all I need to do is be honest about having never had any relationships with men, and lo and behold I STILL get the exact same rude comments and general lesbophobia as if I’d just said I were a gold star. It’s not the label people can’t tolerate, it’s the idea that a woman who has only been with women and is perfectly happy that way exists.

            I do not call myself a gold star (see above, actual fears for safety), it’s a flippant positivity thing my friends goof around with. I’d hardly call it an identity in the same way lesbian is. But if we’re going to erase gold star, why not just erase lesbian, why not erase queer? We’re all human, why do we need to talk about and acknowledge our separate experiences? Why do we need to shove our sexualities in everyone’s faces amirite?

            Literally I experience so much vitriol every time I’m even vaguely honest about my sexuality (without even using the gold star thing), I do not care about anyone’s opinion unless they have experienced what I have. Both straight and queer people like to talk all day long about what a mean lesbian I am, how easy my life is, how I should try dudes at least once. I cannot talk about my experiences because people, both straight and queer, will do nothing but pigeonhole me into a lesbophobic stereotype and scream oppression the moment I question them. So you can talk about how lesbians are oppressing you till the cows come home, I’ve heard it all a million times before, but until you address your own lesbophobia I’m not listening.

          • I certainly don’t see where anyone attacked lesbians or assumed they were dickheads. Words have meaning and I was very clearly taking issue with the word, not the people it could apply to.

            Why not erase lesbian if we are going to erase gold star? Because the two do not at all serve the same purpose. Lesbian is a label for your sexual orientation. I proudly call myself a lesbian. Doing so does not imply I am any better or worse than someone who isn’t a lesbian.

            Gold star is a label for your sexual history. Pretty much every label used to apply to someone’s sexual history is loaded with judgement. You don’t need to be “super bitchy” or “agressive”, as you’ve said, to make the label hurtful. Using it at all is implying that not having slept with a man somehow makes one superior and that is hurtful.

            I’m genuinely happy for you if you’ve never slept with a man because you’re only interested in women. Wonderful! But for any number of lesbians who have slept with men or even married one (hi Lauren Morelli, congrats on the engagement!), labeling yourself as the gold standard implies that they are not as good as you are. Even if you use it flippantly and positively for yourself and don’t intend for it to affect others, it does.

          • So just to be clear? You got me here experiencing some pretty direct and intense lesbophobia (i.e ppl telling me I’m not really a lesbian until I’ve been with a dude, ppl (inc other queer ppl) threatening corrective rape, ppl assuming that my experiences must have been super easy and privileged (despite the whole, you know, gay thing), ppl assuming that all girls (especially lesbians) complimenting themselves are actually out to get them (because girls are catty and lesbians are mean!), ppl being totally fine with labels like high femme and stud because you can be positive about your gender presentation but be damned if sex positivity extends to lesbians, ppl not even needing to hear the phrase gold star before they start on all this at me, because just never having been with dudes is offensive?) AND im supposed to care because someone thinks I’m insinuating in the most round about way possible that I’m better than a whole bunch of other girls because I have something positive to say about myself in the face of all this? As though this isn’t the literal plot of every 90s era teen drama where they analyse why the ‘girl complimenting herself=catty bitch’ trope is illogical and sexist?

            Like nah, soz but I STILL think I have bigger problems than anyone who is literally upset by a girl being positive about herself. I’m out, this whole rabble is about as deep and meaningful as me taking selfies, putting a million crown emojis on it and people getting angry because they think I’m think I’m prettier than them (get it, crowns only go to the very best, so offensive, just like gold stars??). It ain’t worth my time, I’m never going to stop loving myself no matter how awful everyone around me is.

    • Well if that was the case 4 of these youtubers would not be on the list for being bi-phobic, and 3 of them for being borderline transphobic. Also, I’m a straight up lesbian, but other women have shut me down because when I was in HS I had sex once with a dude because of the patriarchy.

    • Hey all,

      Couple things:

      > Criteria for inclusion on this list was a) gender + LGBQ status, and b) number of subscribers. There are 800+ videos made by the people on this list, and I do not personally agree with everything everyone on this list has said. (Nor would it be possible to!)

      > Riley’s video on this subject is actually excellent, and I would encourage everyone here to watch it. Really clear explanation on why “gold star” is a hurtful term.

  6. Ava Gordy is also a new-ish host on Source Fed, which is great and you should all check it out. Didn’t know for sure she was queer but had a feeling.

  7. And in my own classic style, i haven’t heard of 90% of them, including the #1 spot. I’m sort of proud of myself for that actually.

    • Same. Whenever I tried I always felt that they ramble in too much and there’s little to no editing.
      I’ll give it a shot again with some of the people from this list.

    • I’ve got you beat there – I only know Hannah Hart & Ingrid Nilsen. But, I don’t follow YouTubers at all, so that’s not really a surprise.

  8. “Ally Hills joined YouTube to post a love song to the girl she loved.”

    And that girl was Rose Ellen Dix. Ahh… the memories. Too bad she deleted the video, it was great.

  9. Soooo many people do beauty and make up tutorials
    This YouTuber thing is a whole universe that I know close to nothing about.
    Very interesting article, that must have been very time consuming
    Thank you, Laura

  10. Everyone is gay* and the future is so fucking bright

    I am an Old so I don’t watch youtubers, really, but I am so so glad that they are all there and doing their thing! My future kids are going to grow up in a totally different world. It’s rad.


  11. I don’t really understand the whole YouTube craze. The only YouTuber I ever followed was Hannah Hart, because drunk cooking is hilarious.

  12. There are so many people on here that I don’t know, but excited to see the few that I do watch! Ambers closet, foxy,Ari, and Ebony and Denise are all amazing people that I actually do check out pretty regularly! Jade especially,(foxyhotmess) she is really hilarious and I can’t figure out wny she isn’t more well known.

  13. Another good one is Rachel Whitehurst! She has around 175k subscribers and is bisexual! She also has a series (and shirts to go with it) called Bye Biphobia.

  14. I would like to add Sally LePage to this list! She is a rad British science YouTuber, queer, and excellent. She has 37k subscribers and has two different video series: Shed Science (where she mostly talks about supercool science stuff), and Sofa Science (where she talks to scientists/science YouTubers about their supercool science stuff– and she does a really good job of ).
    I’m linking her “coming out” video, but they are all great!

  15. great list! I really really really recommend Annie Segarra (annieelainey), she’s a wonderful funny disabled Latina lesbian YouTuber, she vlogs about disability and social justice in general, makes a lot of very helpful, personal videos about mental health, too – and she’s also very funny and relatable and has colourful hair and I looove her videos

  16. You forgot a fun Youtuber named Alyx Weiss (Ayydubs) She did a coming out video in January and said she’s “probably gay” and is rumored to be dating fellow Youtuber Jenn McAllister.

  17. I think I should be watching some of the make up videos, and especially the one from woc and trans women. But, I kind of feel like there are too many to choose from(even from here) and not too sure who is the better one to follow.

    I only familiar with a few of these youtubers, but I can say that at least one of them is a bit problematic, & pretty sure still thinks that way.

  18. It’s great to see such a comprehensive list! Even when the content is silly, it’s always amazing to see how many babyqueer fans these YouTubers have. It’s like walking into a lesbian bar for the first time in a while and thinking “wow, 10% is still a lot of women!”

  19. Laura, this is awesome! (Remember me? I still love autostraddle, I’ve just been preoccupied with grad school.) I’m always on the lookout for new youtubers to watch (especially since I don’t have TV). I follow some of these people, but there are a tons of new ones too. I think Everyone is Gay was one of the first channels I started watching when I was first coming out to myself (and so of course when I saw Kristen at A-camp, the first thing I said was an awkward fangirl “Hey I know you from youtube!”). I also enjoy watching Just Between Us – their videos are always so cute and funny. Anyway, thanks for compiling this list – now I have a new source of distraction to help me procrastinate when I should be studying. :)

    Also- I would recommend Ashley Wylde (AshleysWyldeLife) who started the gender tag project, which is pretty cool.

  20. How in the world can you include Kiarra says (97,094 subscribers) Torey Tomsovic (16,093 subscribers) but didn’t include Sarah and Adrianna of the Gay Women Channel (345,360 subscribers)??!!!! They give lesbian dating and relationship advice, cooking shows, create major films, and write comedy skits. Furthermore, they are the only couple that isn’t romantically involved, they are simply friends. I am addicted to their vids!!!

  21. Great list!
    I’d love to add ASL Stew. (nearly 12k subscribers)
    Here, wives Jenna (Deaf) and Jill (hearing)
    discuss their relationship, do challenges, address issues in the Deaf and LGBTQIA worlds, and are awesome humans.
    Jenna shares important information about Deafness, and
    Jill also educates about being an American Sign Language (ASL)Interpreter.
    They both sign in ASL and then have perfect closed captions and are voiced over by Jill, which makes their videos fully inclusive and great!
    Over the past few years, Jill has also learned how to better use hearing privilege, and has changed the way she makes videos in line with that – not signing and speaking at the same time, not teaching ASL as a hearing person, etc., and it’s a good journey to see.

  22. Don’t forget Elle and Laura from elleisforlaura – it’s a shame it’s not on views per video otherwise we’d be nestled in there too!!

  23. Very delighted to see Kate Flowers on this list. She’s my favorite. She and her fiance are so lovely.

    • Hi! There are multiple pages to this article. If you click through the numbers at the bottom, you should be able to find the other trans women included on this list.

  24. I’m kind of upset Rachel Whitehurst was left off this list. Shes got 174k subscribers. She’s bisexual and has been a beauty youtuber for years. She’s been out for a while and makes videos on mental health. She also has a series called ByeBiphobia that combats stigmas surrounding bisexuality.

  25. No Sarah and Adrianna?! Unsolicited project aka THE GAY WOMEN CHANNEL?! I think I was more excited about seeing them on the list that knowing who was #1…

  26. Love this list, and queer lady Youtubers!

    But you forgot a huge one! Jaclyn Glenn! She has 449k subscribers!

    Also “The Next Family” has some wonderful lesbian parenting content.. although they don’t have enough subscribers to make the list.

  27. Just gone through this list and added every British Youtuber on the list :) As a UK person, trying to find UK youtubers that aren’t fashion bloggers(which is fine but not my kind of thing) has been hard. So thank you!

  28. Gay Women Channel / Unsolicited Project??? 350k subscribers… they should your #23!!! You can’t leave Sarah and Adrianna out!

  29. I have fallen into a few youtube rabbitholes before and super fascinated by the crazy popular couple channels startups/breakups & wondered if it would ever cross over into autostraddle content. Thanks for doing this!!

  30. I appreciate that you sorted them by subscriber count in reverse order. Thanks for giving some of the smaller channels a fair shot of getting some clicks, views, and new fans! That means a LOT to me. Definitely going to have to check out a whole bunch of these!

  31. I actually found this list quite surprising in that it made me realize the lack of API queer representation on Youtube. Even though Asian Americans are among some of the most subscribed YouTubers, especially when Youtube was first gaining traction.

  32. Loving this list! I’m trying to diversify my subscriptions on YouTube. Does anyone have any other suggestions for awesome women of color (LGBTQ or not) on YouTube?

  33. I’m excited to see people I’ve never heard of and check them out, but a little surprised at the lack of more recognizable names because I think it should be celebrated that so many of us have made it into the Big Youtuber realm.

    Others have mentioned Ari fitz and Foxyhotmess, there’s also Gaby Dunn, Amberscloset, Alexis G Zall, STEF SANJATI (a super sweet fun incredible trans woman who facilitates a lot of great discussions), and probably more I’m not thinking of.

    Still, it’s nice to have new people to check out.

  34. Hi! I’m sorry I know this was written 3 years ago before he had come out as trans, but I was wondering if you could possibly remove Miles McKenna or even just remove his deadname and incorrect pronouns?

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  36. Hi! I’m sorry I know this was written 3 years ago before he had come out as trans, but I was wondering if you could possibly remove Miles McKenna or even just remove his deadname and incorrect pronouns?

  37. I think ld sadow ladey and kawaiikunicorn should be on this list

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