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He does, however, ascribe to a label to his sexuality, unlike many other of the vloggers I interviewed: “But I don’t have to make a formal announcement video just because people are so damn nosey…Ain’t no secret…I have nothing to hide.But if people are so concerned about what I do then they can follow the instructions on my page on how to find out.This was a smart move, given that music videos are the most popular form on the site.
Since then, he’s beefed up — pun intended — his channel with “real life vlogs” of him talking about his life and various issues.
His productivity appears to have paid off to the tune of several thousand new subscribers.
Over a year ago I conducted a little more than a dozen interviews with black vloggers on You Tube.
While I never submitted the paper (draft version here) to an academic publication, I did use some of the interviews for an article on The Root. You Tube remains a mixed bag for minority vloggers, though I tend to air on the side of optimism.
“I’m just a firm believer in the principle that if you have the voice and opportunity to speak on it, use it, especially if its a social issue that pertains to you and others you know,” she told me.