A few days ago, I did a live discussion with fellow YouTuber ContraPoints (who I’m a huge fan of). We discussed several topics surrounding our personal approaches to discussing politics and social justice on YouTube. Check it out here!
Sometimes I find myself caught in YouTube rabbit holes where I think of something I want to watch, and that makes me think of something else to search for, which then makes me think of something else that would be cool, and so on. There are these compilations that fans of Jenna Marbles and… Read more
I make videos on YouTube where I start discussions about social issues, politics, and pop culture; as well as other occasional fun stuff. Below are the latest videos from my channel. Check this page often to catch up on the latest videos, or just head over to YouTube and subscribe to my channel!
One of the interesting things about religion is the assurance that no matter what happens, the good guys will win the end. In fact, it’s often suggested that things will become quite bad before the final victory, as if it is all part of the plan. In the absence of this conviction, we must consider… Read more
For most of my time as a YouTuber I’ve consciously tried to frame my videos as conversation starters rather than “rants.” You can decide for yourself whether or not I’ve been successful at that, but regardless, I do think that in the past I may have contributed to the air of cynicism and negativity that… Read more
This video is an attempt at transparency about my motivations and goals for my YouTube channel. I also discuss a few things about my income as a YouTube and how I deal with comment moderation. If you have any questions about me as a YouTuber or my YouTube channel, feel free to send me a… Read more
Last week, popular YouTuber Casey Neistat released a video where he not only urged his viewers to support Hillary Clinton for President but also to call out other big YouTubers and get them to discuss politics, even if they don’t necessarily feel comfortable doing so. This generated a lot of controversy, as some people perceived… Read more
As a person who does more talking than doing when it comes to social justice, I’ve historically hesitated to refer to myself as a “feminist.” Some people think a feminist is just anyone who supports the equality of the genders, but I’ve always thought it weird that one particular movement gets to claim ownership over “not… Read more
This video is essentially a vlog version of something I wrote for this website a few weeks ago. In that blog I talk about conventional wisdom and how it’s sometimes obviously right, but also how sometimes it’s surprisingly wrong. Because what’s generally accepted often turns out to be wrong, I try to pay attention whenever… Read more