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But Hayley has now revealed that she's previously struggled with the label 'lesbian' and initially wanted to reject it. I learned that by embracing my label as a lesbian, I was helping normalise that for so many other people. She also added that, in a time where celebrities are constantly expected to speak out about issues, she feared she wasn't doing enough to support the LGBT community. A post shared by hayley kiyoko hayleykiyoko on Aug 11, at pm PDT.
Discrimination against queer content is nothing new for YouTube. Mari and Stacy from Geek Remix have been complaining about YouTube's practices for years after having their lets plays and streams demonetized for "violating community guidelines. And they weren't the only ones.
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Last week reports emerged that scenes describing how to commit suicide were spliced into YouTube videos aimed at children, only the latest example in a long list of troublesome content plaguing the platform. Following the latest controversy, YouTube again changed its policies regarding content that features children, eliminating comments on videos featuring young minors, or older minors engaged in risky behavior. About hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute.
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A year-old's testimony before Iowa state lawmakers this week that being raised by lesbian parents had "zero effect" on his character has gotten nearly a million hits on YouTube. In the video-taped testimony of Zach Wahls, he argued in support of same-sex marriage in Iowa, saying the "sexual orientation of my parents has had zero effect on the content of my character. Wahls shared his story at the Iowa House hearing on Tuesday in an effort to dissuade lawmakers from trying to amend the state's constitution to ban gay marriage. He argued that they should not block gay marriage for fear that it will result in maladjusted children.