I just came across Arielle's channel a couple days ago. I started on the debate not hate part and I think this is so important today.
I'm so glad someone is putting out content where it shows people can disagree and not get into name calling or mind reading ("you don't support "x" because you hate "y" )
I am assuming I am well outside your typical demographic. Christian, straight, male, married, father, politically conservative/libertarian. And I really like your content, I don't agree with everything but I appreciate that all your opinions are well thought out and reasonable.
I would love to see a video of you shooting guns with those guys in your video.
I do have a question about how much your sexually factors into your daily life. I see that it is partly a function of they type of content you produce. But In my experience most of the straight people I know don't consider being straight as all that important part of themselves. We don't really ever talk about it. Basing off the amount sexually come up on your channel and others of the LGBT community it leads me to think that your sexual orientation is more important to you than mine is to me. Is that more a function of the content or is that true? If it is true is that because of the struggle for equality in the last 50 years? I will say that the LGBT people I know personally don't talk about it all the time.
Hopefully this isn't an offensive question I am asking from a place where I want to understand.
video of me shooting guns coming asap!!! i'm just waiting on approval from the sponsor haha
and being LGBT is a factor in my everyday life. it affects who i date, love, who i'll marry, how people treat me, how religious orgs might treat me,