Many people seem to have the view that any thought or experience outside of heterosexuality completely renders you a gay person. If it’s not hurting anyone or illegal, you’re probably okay. Before his December 8 video titled "Coming Out," he had denied that he was homosexual and even posted a video months before called "I'm Not Gay." During his video, he talked about how he dated girls in the past to "be normal," but then started to really think about his true sexual identity in college.It’s a very aggressive and damaging type of homophobia and i think it hinges on the subconscious belief that homosexuality is an evil, insane thing that consumes you in every way if you happen to consider or cross paths with it. You’re gonna have a lot of crushes in your life and they’re gonna be fun, exciting, and most importantly, heartbreaking. Connor was truthful and very articulate throughout, and ended the vid by saying, "I don't want anyone to be afraid; I don't want anyone holding back who they are." So inspirational!" class="ngg-fancybox" rel="b029b1afbaaceeb0502ad1af48fafe64" data-image-id="38498" data-src=" data-thumbnail=" data-title="Connor Franta" data-description="Connor has over five million subscribers on You Tube and back in 2014 he decided to tell all of them that he was gay.
"It's on my twitter bio: 'Beyoncé called me flawless,' it's going to be on my résumé." In celebration of the duo's love for the Queen B (and her admiration for them), MTV News had the guys play a Beyoncé-inspired version of "F--k, Marry, Kill," titled "Gay, Bey or Nay." They had to plaster those three labels on three different choices, like celebrities or TV shows. And make sure to let us know whether you agree with the guys' choices by sounding off in the comments below!
Although some of the rounds were easier for the pair than others, nothing stumped them as badly as when given the names Lohanthony, Tyler Oakley and Grace Helbig: three of their fellow You Tube contributors.
Connor was truthful and very articulate throughout, and ended the vid by saying, "I don't want anyone to be afraid; I don't want anyone holding back who they are." So inspirational!
Connor has over five million subscribers on You Tube and back in 2014 he decided to tell all of them that he was gay.
The group's video tribute to Daft Punk had received over 250 million views as of mid 2017.