A pair of bisexual sisters from Ireland are making the effort to educate more people about safe sex.
Transgender activist Chelsea Manning’s YouTube video for her senate campaign was marked inappropriate shortly after being posted Sunday.
YouTube star Calum McSwiggan said he was the victim of a hate crime on Tuesday night, but police claim otherwise.
Everyone remembers “First Kiss,” an adorable, heart-throbbing video of strangers meeting and lip-locking as romantic, cutesy music thrummed through the air.
Cornetto, a branded frozen dessert cone manufacturer, has been releasing a series of love stories as part of an advertising campaign, Cornetto Cupidity.
WASHINGTON -- Wired up, and ready to go.
If you want to laugh, then “Hey Qween!” is going to be your new favorite show.
YouTube sensation Mark “Markiplier” Fischbach played games for a cause this Sunday during an approximately 12-hour live stream to raise money for the Human Rights Campaign and support LGBT equality.
(EDGE) LGBTQ YouTubers are noticing their content is being censored when users switch on the video website's "Restricted Mode," an optional filter that blocks "potentially inappropriate content," according to a report from technology website Gizmodo.
Travis Bryant is a YouTube sensation who painfully describes his father’s reaction to his coming out as gay.
A federal appeals court cleared the way for a trial in a copyright lawsuit over a YouTube video showing a baby dancing to the Prince song, "Let's Go Crazy."
A government report released by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is calling for an end to practicing conversion or reparative therapy for LGBT minors. Reuters reports.
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(CNN) YouTube has apologized after its family-friendly "Restricted Mode" recently blocked videos by gay, bisexual and transgender creators, sparking complaints from users.
The handsome YouTube sensation Connor Franta made his own headlines this week after uploading a video called "Coming Out" where the 22-year-old Internet star revealed that he is gay.
Popular YouTuber PewDiePie, whose real name is Felix Kjellberg, is the first YouTube star to surpass 10 billion views. He was also kicked out of his home in the UK last week when his landlord accused him of having loud gay sex, according to Pink News.
(EDGE) YouTube officials reportedly "fixed an issue" on the site's "Restricted Mode," an optional filter that blocks "potentially inappropriate content," that was blocking thousands of LGBTQ videos from users, the Daily Beast reports.