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List of LGBT YouTubers

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This list of notable LGBT YouTubers includes YouTubers who publicly identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or otherwise part of the LGBT community.

Name Nationality Orientation(s) & identification(s) Associated channels Ref.
Alex Bertie British Transgender, pansexual TheRealAlexBertie [1]
Andrea Russett American Bisexual Andrea Russett [2][3]
Anna Akana American Queer, bisexual Anna Akana [4]
Anna Brisbin American Bisexual Brizzy Voices, BrizzyVlogs [5]
Ben J. Pierce American Gay, queer BennySounds, KidPOV [6]
Blaire White American Transgender Blaire White [7]
Brendan Jordan American Genderfluid Brendan Jordan [8]
Bria Kam American Lesbian BriaAndChrissy, briakam [9]
Bryan Odell American Queer BryanStars [10]
Calum McSwiggan British Gay eatgaylove [11]
Chrissy Chambers American Lesbian BriaAndChrissy, Lesbian Love [9]
Connie Glynn British Aromantic, bisexual Connie Glynn, Connie [12][13]
Connor Franta American Gay ConnorFranta, More Connor, our2ndlife [14]
Daniel Howell British Queer, gay Daniel Howell, danisnotinteresting, DanAndPhilGAMES [15][16]
Davey Wavey American Gay Wickydkewl [17]
David K. Smith British Gay ProfessorDaveatYork [18]
Dodie Clark British Bisexual doddleoddle, doddlevloggle, dodieVEVO [19][20]
Doug Armstrong British Gay Epiphanized, Doug's Life [21]
Elijah Daniel American Gay Elijah and Christine, Elijah & Christine etc [22]
Eugene Lee Yang American Gay The Try Guys [23][24]
Eva Gutowski American Bisexual MyLifeAsEva, VLOGTOWSKI [25]
Gigi Gorgeous Canadian Lesbian, transgender Gigi Gorgeous [26][27]
Gregory Brown Canadian Gay AsapSCIENCE, Greg and Mitch [28]
Hannah Hart American Lesbian My Drunk Kitchen, MyHarto, yourharto [29]
Harry Brewis British Bisexual Hbomberguy, Hbomberguy Live [30]
Hazel Hayes Irish Bisexual Hazel Hayes [31]
Ingrid Nilsen American Lesbian Ingrid Nilsen [32]
Issa Twaimz American Gay twaimz [33]
Jack Baran American Gay thatsojack [34]
James Charles American Gay James Charles [35]
Jazz Jennings American Transgender, pansexual Jazz Jennings [36]
Jeffree Star American Bisexual, androgynous Jeffree Star [37]
Jeffrey Marsh American Genderqueer Official Jeffrey Marsh [38]
Jenn McAllister American Bisexual jennxpenn [39]
Jessica Kellgren-Fozard British Lesbian Jessica Kellgren-Fozard [40]
Jim Sterling British Pansexual, Non-binary Jim Sterling [41]
Jimmy Fowlie American Gay jimmyfowlie [42]
Jimmy Hill British Gay jimmy0010, Cereal Time [43][44][45]
Joey Graceffa American Gay Joey Graceffa [46]
Jon Cozart American Bisexual Paint [47]
Kat Blaque American Transgender Kat Blaque, Kat Blaque Rants [48]
Keara Graves Canadian Queer Keara Graves [49][50]
Laci Green American Pansexual lacigreen [51]
Larray American Gay LARRAY [52]
Lasizwe Dambuza South African Gay Lasizwe Dambuza [53]
Lilly Singh Canadian Bisexual Lilly Singh, Lilly Singh Vlogs [54]
Lindsay Ellis American Bisexual Lindsay Ellis [55]
Lloyd Cadena Filipino Gay Lloyd Cafe Cadena [56]
Lucas Cruikshank American Gay FЯED, Lucas, More Lucas [57]
mxmtoon American Bisexual mxmtoon [58]
Manuel Gutierrez American Gay Manny Mua [59]
Max Emerson American Gay max emerson [60]
Meg Turney American Bisexual Meg Turney [61]
Michael Buckley American Gay Buck Hollywood, The New Michael Buckley Channel [62]
Mikey Bustos Canadian Bisexual MikeyBustosVideos, MikeyBustosVLOGS, Mikey Bustos Music [63]
Miles McKenna American Transgender MilesChronicles [64]
Milo Yiannopoulos British Gay MILO [65]
Mitch Grassi American Gay PTXOfficial, SUPERFRUIT [66]
Mitchell Moffit Canadian Gay AsapSCIENCE, Greg and Mitch, Mitchell Moffit [28]
Natalie Wynn American Transgender, lesbian ContraPoints, ContraPointsLive [67][68]
Niki Albon British Gay Niki and Sammy [69]
Nikita Dragun American Transgender Nikita Dragun [70]
Nikkie de Jager Dutch Transgender NikkieTutorials [71]
Oliver Thorn British Bisexual Philosophy Tube, Philosophy Tube Live [72]
Phil Lester British Gay AmazingPhil, LessAmazingPhil, DanAndPhilGAMES [73][74]
Ricky Dillon American Gay Ricky Dillon [75]
Rose Ellen Dix British Lesbian Rose Ellen Dix, TheRoxetera, Let's Play Games [76]
Rosie Spaughton British Bisexual TheRoxetera, Let's Play Games [76]
Ryland Adams American Gay Ryland Adams [77]
Sam Tsui American Gay TheSamTsui [78]
Scott Hoying American Gay PTXOfficial, SUPERFRUIT [79]
Shane Dawson American Bisexual Shane, Shane Dawson TV, Human Emoji [80]
Shannon Beveridge American Lesbian Nowthisisliving [81][82]
Skylar Kergil American Transgender skylarkeleven [83]
Stef Sanjati Canadian Transgender Stef Sanjati [84]
Steven Kenneth Bonnell II American Bisexual Destiny [85]
Tana Mongeau American Pansexual Tana Mongeau [86]
Thomas Sanders American Gay Thomas Sanders, Roxas424, Thomas Sanders and Friends [87][88]
TJ Kirk American Bisexual TJ Kirk, The Drunken Peasants Podcast, Deep Fat Fried [89]
Todrick Hall American Gay todrickhall [90]
Trevi Moran American Transgender Trevi Moran, our2ndlife [91]
Troye Sivan Australian-South African Gay Troye Sivan, TroyeSivanVEVO [92]
Tuure Boelius Finnish Gay Tuure Boelius [93]
Tyler Oakley American Gay Tyler Oakley, extratyler [94]
Willam Belli American Gay Willam Belli [95]

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