Do you watch YouTubers?

he/him
D'Angelo Wallace's video on Shane Dawson (and the previous one he did on Jeffree Star) is...honestly, kind of precendent-setting? Commentary YouTube has been around for a bit now, but the gravitas in this is something I'm not sure I've seen on this level up to this point. It's immaculately researched, and not an easy watch, but extremely well done.
 
D'Angelo Wallace's video on Shane Dawson (and the previous one he did on Jeffree Star) is...honestly, kind of precendent-setting? Commentary YouTube has been around for a bit now, but the gravitas in this is something I'm not sure I've seen on this level up to this point. It's immaculately researched, and not an easy watch, but extremely well done.

He's fabulous.
It's nice to see him getting more popular.
He took a bit of a break from youtube for like a month or two and then decided he was only going to do quality videos instead of a quantity of videos and it's really paying off.
But last month he launched a weekly podcast and only ended up putting out one episode so far because these videos have sucked up so much of his time, so I guess he's still trying to find some balance. But i'm excited to see his Tati video. But I think the Shane one will be the most thorough. Even the Jeffree Star one missed soo many details whereas the Shane one really said "Let me show you every single thing"
 
With Jenna Marbles off the platform I’ve really lost all drive to watch YouTube. Just watch news there every now and then, and the odd trailer.
 
I've been getting to a lot of Virtual YouTubers recently. Some of my faves are Korone Inugami, Usada Pekora & Kiryu Coco. Most of them are primarily in Japanese, though several clips have English subtitles. Korone is my absolute fave.

 
She/Her


This girl's journey is so amazing to watch. I think she managed to break YT's algorithm and is gaining a lot viewers. So refreshing from the usual 'fake' mukbangers amidst all that scandal.
 

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